Uleta is a well-established community in North Miami Beach, Florida. While the homes may be older, the residents keep the area looking neat and well-kept, making it a beautiful place to take your dog out for a walk. There are also large areas of multifamily housing that reflect the same respect for their neighborhood. Depending on which part of the area you live in, there are several local restaurants to sample. Their fare runs from seafood to Thai, Japanese, and Italian. Dog parks and pet stores are also within driving distance. With plenty of sidewalks set back from the roads by wide grass berms, Uleta is a beautiful, safe place to go walking with Joey.
With 248 days of endless sunshine and summer highs in the 90s, there aren't any days you can't your pup for a daily stroll. More importantly, it never snows here! Even January has lows in the 60s, making it ideal and balmy.
The terrain in the Uleta area is a balance of paved surfaces and plenty of green. While there aren't any massive greenways in town, the residential areas have large yards and there are wide grass berms on most of the streets with plenty of shade. The community also sports a couple of small parks where you might find a little grass to play on.
With pavement temperatures in the 125° to 145°F range, it's a good thing most of the streets have that nice grassy space for your pup to walk on. Beyond this, the only thing you can do to make your walks a little more challenging is to pick different routes every day or two. The more you can vary where you go, the more you and Joey are likely to enjoy getting out and about. Just remember to carry poop bags so you can clean up any messes they leave behind!
Besides the wide berms, the Uleta Park offers a pool, a baseball field, tennis courts, and grassy areas your pup can play on. There is another small park in the northeast corner of the community. Milton Littman Park off of East Drive offers a playground and larger areas of grass along with some paved parking.
However, if you don’t mind getting Joey to hop in the car, you can cruise over to the Oleta River State Park. Not only are pets welcome here, but they are invited to take part in the 11 am hike guided by the Park Ranger. Joey can enjoy a nice long walk while you learn all about the many things you are likely to see on your journey! The park also has a lovely beach complete with lifeguards for you to relax and enjoy your day on and a pier for you to fish from.