Looking for a great family vacation spot this summer? Pompano Beach, FL is here to give you “Florida’s Warmest Welcome” as one of the friendliest vacation spots in the United States. With all kinds of events and places to visit, there is guaranteed to be something everyone in your family will enjoy. Here are just a few things to do while visiting Pompano Beach from the team at Sea Gardens Beach and Tennis Resort.

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Hit the Links

The Greg Norman Signature Pines Course was redesigned in 2013 and is a beautiful place to get in a round of golf. The course is open to visitors and has a pro shop, restaurant, and learning center to help improve your game. If you enjoy a round of golf, this is a must-play course.

Rock Out

The Pompano Beach Amphitheater is an outdoor live venue with concerts and other shows throughout the year. With 3,000 seats, the amphitheater hosts some big-name shows. Just this year we’ll see Skid Row, Warrant, Quiet Riot, Collective Soul, and Switchfoot play here.

Catch the Spirit

Pompano Beach Airpark is another great place to stop by and check out. Home of the Goodyear blimp, “The Spirit of Innovation”, you’ll be able to take a good look at the famous blimp. No public rides, but it’s still a sight to see.

Become One with Nature

A short trip from Pompano Beach is the Fern Forest Nature Park. You’ll be able to explore 247 acres of pine lands, swamps, and fields. Plus, there are hammocks all around the park for you to stop and take it all in.

Soak Up the Sun

Last, but certainly not least, Pompano Beach! You are in Florida, after all, and you should spend at least a little time building sand castles and jumping into the waves. Pompano Beach offers beautiful white sand and even some spots for surfing.

Need a place to stay while visiting? That’s where Sea Gardens Beach and Tennis Resort comes in. Our vacation rentals have everything you need plus all of the resort amenities to go the extra mile. Contact us today at (954) 943-6200 to book your reservation.

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