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C.B. Smith Park, Pembroke Pines

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C. B. Smith Park is a public park located in Pembroke Pines, Florida. The park is 299acre in area and contains a water park known as "Paradise Cove". C. B. Smith Park offers many sporting activities including fishing, basketball, batting cages, miniature golf, as well as tennis and racquetball courts. The C.B Smith Park also has one area with the endangered Burrowing Owl.The park first opened in 1959.Since 1986, the 99.9 KISS Country Chili Cookoff has been held every year in late January (sometimes early February) on a Sunday, featuring country music and a chili competition.
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  • Heads-up...you can bring your own coolers & food...way to keep cost down They also rent out umbrellas for parties. Summer time fun:get a season pass...you'll save $.  more »
  • This is a very popular location. Especially during summer. There's plenty other water parks to enjoy....  more »
  • This park is huge!! There are so many places to play and do just about whatever activity you (or the kids) want. Playgrounds, sports fields, water sports, and the incredible water park. It's usually b...  more »
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  • Nice to have parties for kids especially with bounce houses. Playground is pretty big. Kids love it. Parents can sit down and feel okay.
  • Always love coming out to this park. It's easy to get to and get around. There is so much to do. Pavilions for gatherins, picnic tables, walking and biking trails, and of course the water park!
  • The kids loved it. Reserve your table in advance or bring picnic blankets. You can bring food or buy it there. Don't forget your sunscreen!
  • In general is a good park. Unfortunately the experience we had 4 cars at our shelter parking lot were broken into and got some stuff stolen. Not certain how often this happens but 4 cars with broken windows @3pm is not a good experience.
  • Love the water park and the actual grounds of the park, there are good basketball courts, tennis courts and even a minigolf course. My major gripe is with the playgrounds. There are only 2 separated by age and the first one for 5 and under is on sand 😕, uncovered, and pretty beat up with peeling paint and full of spiderwebs and bugs. The second is ages 5+ but is often full of fairly aggressive large older kids aged closer to 10 and there are a few things missing, broken etc, but at least it is on fake turf and covered from the sun. The playgrounds need a desperate update in this very busy suburban area.