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Miramar is a large neighborhood located in Pembroke Pines, Florida. It is 19 miles from downtown Miami and 18 miles from downtown Ft. Lauderdale. As a large, expansive neighborhood, Miramar has a variety of residential buildings. There are both large apartment complexes and standalone, single-family homes that  vary in size and quality. Commercially speaking, Miramar has just about everything someone may need or want. There is a large hospital, plenty of restaurants, general and specialized retailers, mini-golf, gyms, schools, churches, parks, and other amenities. Additionally, there are several nationally-known and local pet supply stores and groomers located in this neighborhood. 

Miramar basically has two seasons: wet and dry! Like most of South Florida, Miramar experiences 80-100 degree weather throughout the year. However, the summer months tend to be significantly more humid and bring more rainfall, particularly during hurricane season. The winter months, however, tend to have low humidity, few rain showers, and plenty of beautiful days!

Terrain in Miramar
BUILT ENVIRONMENT
All Artificial
Mostly Artificial
Good Balance
Mostly Natural
All Natural
Artificial
Balanced
Natural
TOPOGRAPHIC RELIEF
Flat
Mostly Flat
Medium
Mostly Hilly
Hilly
Flat
Medium
Hilly
Like many inland neighborhoods in South Florida, Miramar is a good mix of artificial and natural terrain. The eastern part of the neighborhood is quite built up with plenty of residential communities and major thoroughfares. The western part of Miramar, however, has more lakes and actually transitions into the Everglades and the Francis S. Taylor Wildlife Management Area. Individual residential communities within Miramar are quite walkable as many of them have sidewalks and are away from main roadways. Additionally, most of this neighborhood, similar to the rest of South Florida, is quite flat, so you and your furry friends shouldn't have to struggle with dramatic changes in elevation while out walking. 

The boundaries of Miramar include Pembroke Road to the north, South State Road 7 and Red Road to the east, Ronald Reagan Turnpike and NW 202nd Street to the south, and North Okeechobee Road and the Francis S. Taylor Wildlife Management Area to the west. 

Greenways in Miramar
60 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in Pembroke Pines have an average of:
60 Greenways
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Miramar has more than ten greenways within its borders and, with the everglades just steps away, there are plenty of opportunities to go walking in more natural environments. Greenways within the neighborhood include Snake Warrior Island Natural Area, Fairway Park, Miramar Pineland Park, Forzano Park, River Run Park, Monarch Lakes Park, Vizcaya Park, Silver Shores Park, Miramar Regional Park, Island Park, and several other small greenways located in residential areas. 

Miramar Regional Park is the largest greenway located in Miramar. This 173-acre park is home to a fitness station, sports fields, basketball and volleyball courts, a playground, a barbecue area, an amphitheater, and walking trails to explore!

Unfortunately, even for the size of Miramar, there are no off-leash parks located in this neighborhood. However, Johnson Street Dog Park is only two miles north. This fenced-in park actually has areas for small dogs and for larger breeds, places for you to sit and relax, and plenty of opportunities to socialize. 

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