SW 26th St, Davie, FL 33325, USA

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Opening Hours

Closed opens today at 07:00AM

07:00AM - 06:00PM


07:00AM - 06:00PM


07:00AM - 06:00PM


07:00AM - 06:00PM


07:00AM - 06:00PM


07:00AM - 06:00PM


07:00AM - 06:00PM

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Jason Seaton February 8, 2020 7:25 pm

Nice park with Bbq grills and open fields!

Eddie Dutton August 27, 2019 6:10 pm

Park has 2 sections, divided by a road. Both are quiet, peaceful, have shaded seating, and the pooches love it. The owls like to sit out and watch visitors. Entertainment for everyone! lol

Sharon Wolf January 16, 2019 11:37 pm

Cute little park. Has a small path with exercise stations. Also has a covered picnic area and a grill. But…no restrooms.

Kelly Dyer November 18, 2018 12:08 am

Beautiful preserved park .

Ariel W. June 9, 2018 1:12 pm

This park is the result of Vice Mayor Susan Starkey’s work to protect the burrowing owls. In 2010 the Davie Town Council dedicated the open space at SW 26 Street and Flamingo Road for the purpose of preserving and protecting burrowing owls who face a small risk of future extinction. They are protected by the federal Migratory Bird Treaty Act. These owls are small and live in underground burrows found usually in parks. In this case a park was created to protect the burrows. Three artificial burrows were created in the park with the help of students from Indian Ridge Middle School, members of Broward County, South Florida Audubon Society, Project Perch, and town staff. It is thought that the park is home to 11 burrowing owls. The park is actually located on two sides of a road. A major downside to the park is that there is no parking lot. I took a risk and parked anyway and could not believe my eyes when a saw an owl perched on his protection sign. I actually saw four owls hanging out the burrow but only one wanted his picture taken. I don’t usually see owls so this was a real treat for me. In addition to the protected burrows the park also contained a pavilion, picnic tables, benches, a paved walking trail, and a small butterfly garden.