The Parks Recreation and Cultural Arts administration building will relocate from its current location to Building D at the temporary town hall location. The mailing address for this department remains unchanged at 3801 S. Pine Island Road, Davie, FL, 33328. All park services will remain available during this transition. Learn more at www.davie-fl.gov/TownHall
The Pine Island Park (Bamford Sports Complex) playground and disc golf remain closed.
The Oakhill Equestrian playground, Robbins Preserve northeast trails, Wolf Lake Park back trail, Sunny Lake Bird Sanctuary south trail, Shenandoah Park playground and Potter Park ballfields remain closed due to standing water.
Driftwood, Shenandoah, Waterford and Waverly parks are open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.
Pine Island Park (Bamford Sports Complex) is open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Until further notice, Wolf Lake will remain closed for water activities due to high levels of bacteria. We will continue water testing and plan to reopen the lake when the bacteria levels are reduced to the appropriate levels.
The Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts is committed to providing superior parks and recreation facilities and services to the citizens of the Town of Davie. In addition, the department actively promotes Davie’s rich history and heritage of open space, environmental awareness, and community values of inclusiveness and recreation equality.