Bocce Ball Courts - where to play Bocce Ball in Florida:

Bocce Ball Courts in North Florida

NORTH FLORIDA

St. Augustine - Sons of Italy

SOUTH FLORIDA

Jupiter - Carlin Park

Royal Palm Beach - Crestwood Park, Camellia Park & Veterans Park

Wellington - Aquatics Complex

Boynton Beach - Meadows Park, Boynton Lakes Park & Jaycee Park

Lake Worth - Bryant Park & John Prince Memorial Park

Delray Beach - Gov Lawton Chiles Memorial Park

Boca Raton - Louie Bossi's Italian Ristorante

Fort Lauderdale - Louie Bossi's Italian Ristorante on Las Olas Blvd and Jefferson Park

Hallandale Beach - Golden Isles Tennis & Bocce Ball Courts

Miami - Dante Fascell Park

Big Pine Key - Pine Key Community Park

Marathon Key - Marathon Community Park


 SOUTHWEST FLORIDA

Cape Coral - Veterans Park

Naples - Nick Pezzulo's

Bay Forest

Bonita Bay

Carlton Lakes

Cascades

Highland Woods

Jamaica Bay

Lighthouse Bay

Pelican Landing


South Florida Bocce Ball Directory
Bocce Ball in South Florida
Regulation size of bocce ball courts is 13' by 91' but with space so limited in South Florida we do find many courts with much smaller dimensions. Backyard bocce ball courts are almost always smaller perhaps 6' by 64 feet and of course courts inside restaurants such as Louie Bossi Ristorante are much smaller and meant mostly as a novelty and to enjoy a friendly game with family and friends just after that after dinner shot of sambuca.  Those on the larger courts tend to drink red wine but that is not always the case as there are some bocce ball players who do not drink at all.  If you're looking for a really nice court in South Florida you will want to consider the court in La Piazza in Ironside Miami which was designed by businessman Ofer Mizrahi.  The local Italian organizations especially Sons of Italy is involved in charitable construction of local courts especially in Catholic schools and they are a great source to go to for Bocce Ball related events and even local places to play bocce ball.  Thee is also a meetup group called Free Range Bocce Ball, they have many members but they do not play on a court rather an open space.