This is a city in Broward County, Florida, in USA which is only south of the Palm Beach County line. It is named for the various deer that once wandered in the territory. In light of the 2020 Census Designated Places, the number of inhabitants in the city is around 79,149. It is a primary city of the Miami metropolitan territory.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total surface area of about 16.3 sq. miles, of which 15.1 sq. miles is land and 1.2 sq. miles is water. The city’s landmass is 0.3 sq. miles and is located on Deerfield Island.
One famous attraction in the city is its very own Arboretum, also known as the "Tree Zoo". It is a botanical garden located at 2841 West Hillsboro Boulevard, covering 9 acres of land property.
The city’s renowned botanical garden is owned by the city and it is managed by the local government unit. This fascination has a combination of palm trees, tropical organic product trees, colorful blossoming and shelter trees, bamboos, and different outlandish trees.
Another attraction in the area is the Quiet Waters Park. It is a 430-acre venue which includes a freshwater swimming beach, a lake for cable water-skiing, and Splash Adventure that is a high-tech water playground for kids. Fishing, camping, and picnicking are also featured in this tourist-visited park.
The Deerfield Beach Island Park is also one of the city's attractions. It is an "urban wilderness area" located on an island bordered by the Hillsboro Canal, and the Intracoastal and Royal Palm Waterways.
There are government-funded schools just as various private organizations like the Deerfield Beach Elementary School, Deerfield Park Elementary School, Park Ridge Elementary School, Quiet Waters Elementary School, and the Tedder Elementary School.
The city trail station served by Amtrak and Tri-Rail and Broward County Transit is used in the city for land transportation.
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