Dania Cove Park is a waterfront park design on an archeologically significant site in the City of Dania Beach.
The site, which contains a scenic mangrove cove, is located along the Dania Cut-off canal. The park design features waterfront elements, including a fishing dock and platform, picnic pavilions and an exercise path. Native plantings were used to eliminate the City’s need for permanent irrigation, and plants were selected for their educational opportunities including highlighting the butterfly attracting varieties. The site amenities preserve and highlight the remnant Oak Hammock; a stabilization system for the shoreline embankment along with vegetating the shoreline; designing informational kiosks featuring the historic Native American midden and the site’s natural resources.