Quiet Waters Park Miami

Quiet Water Park Miami By Ed Melo

Quiet Waters Park Miami
401 South Powerline Road
Deerfield Beach, FL 33442-8182
Phone: 954-360-1315 Fax: 954-360-1349

Gate Admission and Information

The gate admission fee of $1.50 per person is charged on Saturdays, Sundays, and designated holidays; $20 per commercial school bus.

Park Passports can be purchased at any park office.


Using funds from the 1978 bond issue, Broward County acquired this 431.4-acre property in the early '80s from Houdaille Inc., a major dredge-and-fill contractor that used the site essentially as a "borrow pit".
The park officially opened to the public in March 1983.

Water is the focus of the park, which includes:
Splash Adventure (water playground), there's a lake for Ski Rixen (cable water-skiing); Mountain Bike Trails, a Skate Park, and a variety of boats for rent; Rent-A-Tent camping, shelter rentals, large playground, sports equipment rentals, as well as biking/jogging trails.
Fishing is permitted on the shores of the park's several lakes.
Quiet Waters Park is also home to the Renaissance Festival, one of South Florida's most popular festivals.

Quiet Water Park Miami By Ed Melo

Quiet Waters Park Miami

Quiet Waters Park offers Rent-A-Tent where you can rent a site with a tent or teepee already set up.
Each of the 27 sites has a platform, and the campground fee includes running water, fire ring, picnic table, grill, and electricity.
There are restrooms and shower facilities.
Reservations are made by contacting the park office by phone.

Splash Adventure Water Park

Is an interactive children's water playground that has hand wheels and levers, water curtains, crawl tunnels, and more.
The depth of the pool ranges from zero to 18 inches.

Boat Rentals
Quiet Waters Park Miami

Weekends and Holidays Only.
11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Individual Canoe/Kayak
Individual Paddle Boat/Jon Boat

Mountain Bike Trail

Under the direction of the International Mountain Bicycling Association, local riders volunteered to remove debris, reshape the land, install new plants, and construct the new trail.
The trail offers 7.1 miles of novice and intermediate trails.

Quiet Water Park Miami By Ed Melo

Ski Rixen
Quiet Waters Park Miami

Ski Rixen is closed on Tuesdays and Christmas Day.
Direct from Europe to Florida comes a fun, and affordable water-skiing system that pulls you silently over glassy smooth water.
Ski Rixen is the only operating wakeboard and water-ski park in South Florida.

Picnic Shelters and Funbrella

Quiet Waters Park offers ten rental picnic shelters and eight Funbrellas of various sizes for you to host your gathering of friends and family as well as corporate events or cultural festivals.Uncovered picnic tables with grills are available near the playground and throughout the park.

Skate Park

Course area is 20,000 square feet, and the equipment has a Skatelite pro skating surface.
More than a hundred ramps and grind rails.This Skate Park can be used for skateboarding, in-line skating, and BMX biking (Sunday Session #2 only).
Facility Operating Hours
Weekends and Holidays*
Session 1 - 12-2:30 p.m.
Session 2 - 2:30-5 p.m.
*Bike-only Sessions
Sundays - Session 2

Jogging/Biking Paths

Paved jogging/biking paths run throughout the park with an approximate length one and one-half miles.

Renaissance Festival

Weekends from February 13 through March 14And Presidents Day, February 15.
More than 100 merchants and artisans demonstrate and sell their wares.
Glass blowing, hammered pewter, wooden toys, unique pottery, clothing, battling knights in full armor.Play games of chance and games of skill:
Archery, Jacob's Ladder, and more.
Hundreds of performers—sword fighters, minstrels, magicians, mud-beggars.
For fees or more information call toll free: 1-800-3-Ren-Fest


From I-95 exit at Hillsboro Boulevard and go west.
Turn left (south) on Powerline Road.
The park entrance is on the right (west) side between Hillsboro Boulevard and S.W. 10th Street.

From U.S. 441 (State Road 7) go east on Hillsboro Boulevard. Turn right (south) on Powerline Road.
The park entrance is on the right (west) side between Hillsboro Boulevard and S.W. 10th Street.


Quiet Waters Park Miami