Butterflies and Beautiful Spaces: Explore the Natural Wonders of Coconut Creek
When a town is nicknamed “Butterfly Capital of the World”, peace and tranquility can’t be too far away – and that’s just what you’ll find here. Coconut Creek was actually first in the state of Florida and 11th in the U.S. to be recognized as a certified Community Wildlife Habitat. But there’s more to this hidden gem than natural beauty and tranquility.
Coconut Creek’s lush trees, waterways, and beautiful parks melt the stress away. One must-do on your list isButterfly World – literally the largest butterfly aviary on the planet and an experience you won’t find anywhere else. Or saddle up and enjoy a peaceful ride through unspoiled trails at Tradewinds Park and Stables. The beautiful grounds of Fern Forest Nature Center are tailor made for picnicking – all that’s missing is you and a basket of goodies.
Craving More Action?
The action will find you as soon as you step through the doors of Seminole Casino Coconut Creek, with almost 2,000 slots, 70 live table games, world-class dining, live music performers, three nightclubs and the Pavilion, a 1,200 seat concert venue.
If shopping is more your game, wander through the 23-acre Promenade at Coconut Creek and browse through 36 fun stores and boutiques, dine at 14 restaurants and sink into plush comfort and the latest blockbusters at the luxurious 11-screen Silverspot Cinema.
Taste the Globe in Just a Few Square Miles
This small town packs a mighty big palette. Dig into authentic stuffed grape leaves and gyros at ethos Greek Bistro; sample fresh, upscale delights, from lobster bisque to hand-carved meats, at Santos Modern American Buffet and Sushi; get your burger and beer fix at Brgr Stop described by one Trip Advisor reviewer as “gourmet yum”; or indulge in mouthwatering Italian fare at Pasquale's Pizza Company and Sette Mezzo Ristorante.
The Quieter Side of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Situated in Northern Broward County, just a few minutes’ drive from Pompano Beach and Deerfield Beach, Coconut Creek is a peaceful home base from which to explore Greater Fort Lauderdale. Nearby highways and turnpike access provide direct routes into Miami and West Palm Beach as well.