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Splash Adventure featuring water playground and swimming beach.
Semi-private lessons for beginning skateboarders, age six and up, by appointment only. There is a limit of two students per one-hour class taught b...
Outdoor skate park with ramps and obstacles. Cost is $3 per session for members and $7 per session for non-members. Open to ages six and older. Les...
Ready to give skateboarding a try? Beginning lessons available. Limit two students per one-hour class. Students must bring their own skateboard. By...
Get splashy with the family and save cash to boot! Patrons are permitted to bring food and coolers (no glass containers/alcohol/grills allowed) int...
On Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00am to 3:00pm, all ages are invited to rent paddle-boats, canoes, and kayaks. The cost is $7 per hour; $13 for fo...
This weekend the City of Deerfield Beach held its third-annual Deerfield Beach Wine & Food Festival at the Quiet Waters Park from Friday, April 26 to Sunday, April 28th. The festival featured a number... More »
Taking place at Quiet Waters Park, the Deerfield Wine and Food Festival is taking over from Friday, April 26, through Sunday, April 28. The three-day event features multiple events: a VIP dinner under the stars, a vineyard party, the grand... More »
When you think Renaissance, images of mainland Europe come to mind: the great painters and artists of Italy, France, the Netherlands. When you think Renaissance Festival, scenes from Old England probably carve their way into your consciousness --... More »
Renaissance festivals were deep into cosplay long before even your dad knew what that term meant. Rub heavily costumed elbows with the region's most devoted wenches and knights at the 21st-annual Florida Renaissance Festival, which continues for... More »
It's official: School is out for the holidays. Aside from all the chaos that takes place this wonderful time of year, now you have some sugar-cookie-crazed kids to keep busy. If you're looking for a way to wear them out and soothe your holiday... More »
Here's the first brutal truth about Florida's coastal inhabitants: We don't all own boats. So logically, we've adapted by befriending people who own boats. But here's the second brutal truth: It's not always easy to stay on the good side of our boat-owning friends. Fortunately, there's a wet sanctuary between this rock and a hard place: Ski Rixen. Welcome to the world of cable skiing, where there are no boats, no boat maintenance, and, most important, no friend maintenance -- because a... More »
Never mind Viagra -- every lap around the mountain bike trails in Quiet Waters Park will help your cojones get bigger. When you first start going around the 5.5-mile loop, you can take the novice route, which is full of cheat chutes that let you circumvent the steep drops and hard parts. If you crash on this trail -- which is well-marked with green signs -- well, you'd be pretty pathetic, but you'd fall onto a layer of pine needles that feels like a bed of Charmin. As soon as you become more... More »
Quiet Waters? Isn't that where all those weird medieval people hang out? Well, if you're thinking of the Florida Renaissance Festival, then, yes, that's one of the many events the park hosts. But if face-painting fairies, jousters, and jesters are all you know about Quiet Waters Park, then you've been missing out on the Holy Grail of outdoor recreation in Broward County. For those looking to relax, there are plenty of shaded picnic areas along the lake ripe for a barbecue. For you active... More »
Famous for its annual Renaissance festival, Quiet Waters boasts some qualities that have nothing to do with thousands of pseudo-Brits juggling, forsoothing, and quaffing swill. Unbeknownst to many it's a light hiking and camping locale. The park, open daily from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., offers a great escape from the suburbanized domesticity of its surroundings with 430 acres of greenery packed with squirrels, birds, and the occasional raccoon. If you don't want to hoof it, detour onto the... More »
Though there are no mountains to climb in South Florida, a few mountain biking tracks do require a substantial amount of technical expertise and endurance to conquer. Not Quiet Waters. It is neither a tire buster nor a dull flat track, and therein lies its attractiveness. The South Florida Trail Blazers volunteered to turn this lakeside trail into a legitimate track in the early '90s. Numerous large roots that beg to be jumped stand in the rider's way, and there's a modest 20-foot clay hill... More »
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