Davie, FL Offers Amenities Difficult to Find in High-Growth South Florida
If you’re looking for a place to enjoy the outdoors, Davie real estate should be on your list of must-see properties. Davie, FL has a population of over 96,000 people who live in a 35 square mile area that has two community centers, 29 parks and 165 miles of recreational and equestrian trails. Whether you want to live an equestrian lifestyle, or you just love the lush landscape in the Davie area, you won’t be disappointed.
Eastern Davie Parks
There are 15 parks on Davie’s east side. They range from active parks where you can rent facilities for your own gatherings, to passive parks where the facilities are available on a first-come first-served basis. The Eastside Community Hall isn’t technically a park, but you can rent the facility on a per-hour basis for up to 90 people, and take advantage of a kitchen and restrooms. Here are some of the other highlights.
Bergeron Rodeo Grounds – Davie is the host to a series of rodeo events, starting with the Orange Blossom Festival & Rodeo on February 27 and 28, 2016. You can also enjoy a Davie Pro Bullriding & Festival on April 23, the Davie Pro Rodeo for Youth on June 24, the Davie Pro Rodeo on June 25 and September 10, and the Southeastern Circuit Finals Rodeo on November 10-12, 2016.
The Rodeo Grounds also host dog obedience and agility classes and Jackpot Rodeos every Wednesday night. There you can enjoy true Western entertainment including calf roping, barrel racing and team roping. And, if you want to hold a Western gathering of your own, you can even rent the arena.
Davie Pine Island Park – This 113-acre park offers lots of things to do. Here you’ll find an aquatic and fitness center, ball fields, recreational trails, roller hockey, picnic areas, play areas, basketball, tennis, a skate board area and concessions. The park also offers meeting rooms and shelters for rent.
Linear Park – If you don’t need to rent a shelter, try a place like Linear Park. No permits are required, and it offers 36 acres of green space with nine shelters located along the canal bank.
Other parks on the east side offer fishing, recreational trails, and picnic areas among other amenities.
Western Davie Parks
On the west side of Davie, you’ll find another selection of active and passive parks and a second community center, the Ivanhoe Community Room that holds up to 100 people. Many people buy Davie real estate on the west side of the city to live with nature and their horses. Here are some of the highlights.
Oakhill Equestrian Park – This park covers 10 acres and includes one shelter you can rent that has a capacity of 60 people. There are also picnic areas, grills and rest rooms. The highlight of the shelter is the large equestrian round pen and an arena. Both facilities provide wash racks, hoses and water troughs, and are available for rental.
West View Park and Joy Yoder Equestrian Center – This park consists of a passive park area with recreational trails and a shelter. The Yoder Equestrian Center offers an equestrian round pen and dressage arena and wash racks.
A variety of other parks offer everything from recreational and equestrian trails to picnic areas, ball fields, tennis and a dog park.
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