Welcome to Tree Tops Park:
3900 S.W. 100th Ave., Davie, FL
Info: (954) 357-5130
Map of Park and Horse Trails Tree Tops Park has just over 243 expansive acres including a 102 acre archaeological site with nature trails. Part of this park is 29 feet above sea level, making it the highest land in Broward County. Listed on The Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail, this is an ideal spot for a nature hike, horseback ride, paddle boat ride or just a family picnic. You can bring your leashed dog too!
Before it was a Park:
Spend a Day Enjoying the Great Outdoors:
Have a Picnic
Picnic tables with grills are scattered throughout the park, many in the shade. There are also picnic shelters available for rental requiring a reservation and a deposit. There are two large shelters with a capacity of up to 90 people and three medium shelters with a capacity of up to 60 people.
Just Play!The park has three separate playgrounds and plenty of wide open spaces for games, sports and running around.
Go Horseback Riding
Bring your own horse to the park or rent one from AA-D Horse Adventures on Saturdays, Sundays and some holidays from 9:30 am - 4:00 pm. There are more than 7 miles of riding trails in the park. Those who rent horses can venture on guided rides (425 per half hour/$35 per hour) through the trails. Pony rides in a circle are also available. For reservations call (954) 830-7800.
Go Paddle Boating
There's a small marina near the entrance to the park where you can rent paddle boats on weekends and holidays from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm. Prices are $7 per hour or $13 for four hours. A $20 deposit and picture ID are required.
Take a Hike
Choose from three trails, including the 4,843-foot Live Oak Trail, the 2,100-foot Seminole Trail or the 4,381-foot Pine Island Ridge Trail, containing a 28-foot observation tower. Or take a stroll through the open grounds of the park or the boardwalk area covering 23 acres over a freshwater marsh. Throughout the park there are many wildflowers, butterflies, birds, turtles, fish and small mammals to observe. Bring your camera!
Source: Broward County Parks