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Tradewinds Park, Coconut Creek

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web
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  • Tradewinds park is without a doubt the most spacious park in the area. There are wide open areas of green fields, areas for sports, playgrounds, beautiful lake for boating and fishing, miles of joggin...  read more »
  • If you are going to a picnic or a BBQ, then yes pay the parking and have fun and use their grounds and facilities but other then that not much to enjoy. Didn't like the butterfly world attraction with...  read more »
  • This is an excellent local park. Lots of areas to run or walk, play frisbee and just hang out. There are baseball fields, and a number of bathrooms and parking, along with picnic shelters and playgrou...  read more »
  • This park is bisected by a highway. The northern section of the park has neat model trains -both to view and to ride, a petting farm and pioneer home. The southern section has Butterfly world. All of the attractions are worth paying the nominal fee to get into the park. The one thing I would love to see there more trees, but I would recommend all of these gear attractions and commend the park that houses then.
  • Tradewinds Park is a gem. It has trails for horses and people, a nice little playground and ample space for parties and gatherings. One of the coolest things about this park is that 1 weekend a month they run a miniature steam train that you can ride. I'm not sure who enjoys it more, me or my toddler. For only $1.50 per person you can take a ride on a 1/8 scale steam train that goes around pretty little pond.The park also offers pony rides, a small barnyard, and a bounce house that is also open on that one weekend a month. During the week the park is free to enter. OB weekends there is a nominal fee. I think that it is 1.50 per person (my little kids are free).
  • There's a playground on both sides of the park (a road divides it) but the southern half is the nicer park since it has newer equipment and is shaded. It is next to butterfly world so sometimes it gets busy. The other side of the park has a really nice farm tour, pony and horse rides, miniature train ride and bounce house which are all low priced. Its a great place to go for the day.
  • The horses are not well taken care of. They chew the fences and the tree bark because they are bored and or nutritionally deficient. They had a horse separated from the others and he had a mask over his face, for idk what reason and he was in the blistering heat under the burning sun with nowhere to hide. He kept trying to push the gate to the barn but it was locked out and unable to get in any shade. This is very upsetting. I will go back, just to check on the horses and I will take video of the situation and take it up to someone that can change this situation. The horses are not being combed, they are shedding immensly and they are bored and some look very sad.
  • Nice clean park with plenty of area for a picnic with a large group. Friendly staff not the average, "I'm here because this is my job but I don't want to do it..." staff you typically see now a days.
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