8 Reasons You Should Move to Coral Springs Florida Today

  1.  Climate---If you are interested in a sub-tropical climate with lots more sunshine, no snow shoveling, moderate temperatures, this is the place.  Having a more temperate climate allows you to spend much more time outside enjoying a healthier and happier lifestyle.   

  2. Schools---Coral Springs has been noted for many years for their outstanding school system.   They not only have many schools, but a variety of charter, private, parochial, and public schools to choose from who have excellent school grading scores. 

  3. The Arts---Coral Springs offers a splendid variety of artistic adventures.  The Coral Springs Museum of Art offers an atrium of art; ArtWalk is a pedestrian and bicycle path to visualize art on a streetscape along with lush landscaping; The Coral Springs Center for the Arts brings music, plays, and dance to the community; and the Public Art collection has a variety of pieces scattered throughout the city. 

  4. Dining---Where shall we eat tonight?   There is such a wide variety and endless selection, you will find it difficult to decide.   Not only chain restaurants, but there are also many individual entrepreneurial restaurateurs.  There is no need to leave Coral Springs for dining!   You will find anything and everything your stomach desires!

  5. Shopping---Upscale shopping exists throughout Coral Springs.  From big-box stores like Costco to Coral Square Mall to individual boutiques and shops.  There is no lack of shopping excursions here.  

  6. Parks and Recreation---Known for its many parks throughout the city, Coral Springs has so much to offer to residents of all ages.  The Aquatic complex offers swim and dive lessons for all ages, water aerobics, a dive club, a swim club, and water polo. Having over 51 parks in Coral Springs, the residents enjoy tennis, soccer, gymnastics, basketball, summer camps, and almost anything from zoology to belly dancing.   And yes, there is a dog park!

  7. Little Free Libraries---This is a unique nonprofit that inspires people to read and enhances access to books for all.  There are four “free” little libraries throughout the city where you can take a book, leave a book, exchange a book. They resemble little wood schoolhouses and are strategically located throughout the city. 

  8. Location---Population was 133,000 back in 2018 (most current info.)   Celebrating its 58th Birthday as a City, it has become a splendid area to live in. About three hours to Orlando (Disney and Universal), half hour to Miami, half hour to 45 minutes to Fort Lauderdale International Airport, half hour to 45 minutes to Port Everglades (one of the largest cruise ports) and only a half hour drive to beautiful Atlantic Ocean beaches.   Many love to call it HOME!

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