Summer Family Fun List in Southeast Florida

Tomorrow is the last day of school for my son, then we get to enjoy a few days of sleeping in, no homework and then finally, figuring out what to do to keep the kids occupied.

I posted this Summer Family Fun List last year, but I thought it’d be a great idea to give you a refresher if you aren’t sure what to do this year.

This list is organized in order by city, then alphabetical. If I missed any place, feel free to leave a comment or send me an email – justme @ aprilnoelle.com.

 

B

Boca Raton Children’s Museum – Boca Raton
Children’s Science Explorium – Boca Raton
Daggerwing Nature Center – Boca Raton
Gumbo Limbo Nature Center – Boca Raton
Sugar Sand Park – Boca Raton
We Rock the Spectrum Kids Gym – Boca Raton

Bedner’s Farm Fresh Market – Boynton Beach
The Bee’s Knees Learn & Play – Boynton Beach
Schoolhouse Children’s Museum & Learning Center – Boynton Beach

C

Off the Wall – Coconut Creek
Tradewinds Park & Stables – Coconut Creek
Wow Factory Indoor Playground & Family Fun Center – Coconut Creek

D

Flamingo Gardens Botanical Collection & Wildlife Sanctuary – Davie
Kabooms Amusement and Party Center – Davie
Young At Art Museum – Davie

Splash Adventure Water Park in Quiet Waters Park – Deerfield Beach

The Girls Strawberry U-Pick – Delray Beach
Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens – Delray Beach
Sandoway House Nature Center – Delray Beach

F

Bluefoot Pirate Family Adventures – Fort Lauderdale
Funderdome Indoor Play & Cafe – Fort Lauderdale
Museum of Discovery and Science – Ft. Lauderdale

J

Loggerhead Marine Life Center – Juno Beach

Busch Wildlife Sanctuary – Jupiter
Children’s Museum of the Treasure Coast – Jupiter
DuBois Park – Jupiter
Harbourside Place (Fountains) – Jupiter

K

Miami Seaquarium – Key Biscayne

L

John Prince Splash Park – Lake Worth
Lab for Kids – Lake Worth
Monkey Joe’s – Lake Worth

Kidscape Park – Loxahatchee
Lion Country Safari
– Loxahatchee

M

Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden – Miami (The Kreative Life Review)
Gold Coast Railroad Museum – Miami (The Kreative Life Review)
Jewish Museum of Florida – Miami Beach
Jungle Island – Miami
Miami Children’s Museum – Miami (The Kreative Life Review)
Monkey Jungle – Miami
Zoo Miami – Miami (The Kreative Life Review)

N

John D. MacArthur Beach State Park – North Palm Beach

P

Burns Road Park and Aquatics Center – Palm Beach Gardens
Cool Beans Indoor Playground & Cafe
– Palm Beach Gardens
Playmobil Fun Park – Palm Beach Gardens

Carousel at Pompano Citi Centre – Pompano Beach

R

Barracuda Bay Water Park – Riviera Beach

Calypso Bay Waterpark – Royal Palm Beach
We Rock the Spectrum Kids Gym – Royal Palm Beach  {My Review}

S

Florida Oceanographic Society – Stuart

W

Joey’s Outback Adventure – Wellington
Tiger Shark Cove Park – Wellington

Sawgrass Recreation Park: Everglade Tours | Airboat – Weston

Diva Duck Amphibious Tours – West Palm Beach
Family Fun Fest @ City Place – West Palm Beach
Palm Beach Zoo – West Palm Beach
Rapids Water Park – West Palm Beach
South Florida Science Center and Aquarium – West Palm Beach

Throughout Palm Beach County and beyond:

Food Truck Invasion
Library Adventure Museum Pass (Pick up on June 1st and July 1st)
Free {or Cheap} Movie Passes

These are some ideas that you may be able to find in your area:

Bowling Alleys {KidsBowlFree.com – available nationwide}
Chuck E. Cheese
Home Depot Kids’ Workshops
Ice skating rinks
Indoor play places
Lowe’s Build and Grow Workshops
Mall play areas
Movies (Outdoor/Free/Inexpensive for Children)
Roller skating rinks
Snow Cones

35 thoughts on “Summer Family Fun List in Southeast Florida”

  1. How awesome. I really need to find stuff to do in our area. Our schools last day is June 29th and i cannot WAIT! I miss having my kiddos home!

  2. Wow, that is a brilliant list! I am going to book mark this as we never know when we will head down to Florida again, and hopefully it is soon, we love your state!
    Mitch

  3. What a great list of things to do in Florida! I Think you nailed them all, love how you wrote it up, very organized and easy to find what I am looking for!

  4. What a great list and a great thing to use as a bucket list for summer, crossing things off as you do them.

  5. Wow, you are very organized – I really like your writing format.
    I know my husband would love this as well; he is way more into organizational writing than me.
    Although, I still can appreciate it and sure it will help out many a mother.

  6. Ann Bacciaglia

    This is a great list of things to do this summer. My kids are older now and spend the summers working. I am looking to plan a little getaway for everyone.

  7. What a great head start on getting ready for summer and all it’s activities. I love that through technology, we can all work together to make the most of the amazing stuff available!

  8. That’s a lot of places and things to do for the kids! I’m sure it’s going to be a summer full of fun and excitement. It’s so nice of you to put together such an awesome list.

  9. I’d love to go to every single one of these places. Since that won’t be possible if we go to FL on our vacation, I’m going to pick out several and I’m sure we’ll have a great time.

  10. Someday I’ll be taking my family to Florida, so I’m glad to see this list. We were planning on going this Winter to Florida, but I think our plans have changed for that since we found a house. We’re thinking maybe in a few more years we’ll be able to go.

  11. Nicole Haas Etolen

    Sounds like you are all enjoying your family summer vacation at FL. I hope I can have a wonderful summer experienced too!

  12. It’s great to see that there’s so many fun things to do in the summer in Florida. I’d love to spend the summer in Florida checking out all the local beaches.

  13. Robin Ruehrwein

    What a great list! You have really out done yourself with putting it all together. Sounds like your littles are not going to run out of fun this summer.

  14. What a wonderful activities you have in Florida. I wish I can go to FL too, sounds like a wonderful place.

  15. There are so much to see in FL, I think a month will not be enough to explore the beautiful places of FL.

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