Athletic Fields: Five baseball/softball fields and a football/soccer field. The Southside Little League has long been associated with the park.
Basketball: A lighted full-court.
Picnic Tables: Available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Programming: The park offers a free After-School Program for ages 6 to 17, as well as a free Summer Recreation Program and youth sports development programs. The park also offers Senior Programs that emphasize healthy living and nutrition. For more information on these programs, visit our Activites and Programs Webpage.
We also feature the Walk With Ease program for seniors looking to stay fit. For more information on the Walk With Ease Program, please visit the program Webpage.
There are also dog obedience classes
at the park.
For volunteer opportunities at this or other parks please visit our Volunteer Webpage.
A Little History: This 20.8-acre site, which is only eight feet above sea level at its lowest point, was originally commonly known as Big Hole Park and the Rock Pit. The park became a center of athletic and recreational activity after the Broward County Commission leased it in 1963 to the Southwest Athletic Association, a nonprofit volunteer group. The park took its current name from its Sun-View Recreation Building, which was named for the two Little League groups that used the park, Sunset Little League and Broadview Park Little League. The original structure was destroyed by a fire in 2010 and replaced with the current modular building.
1500 S.W. 42nd Ave., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33317