For most of your walks, you should have beautiful, sunny, and warm weather as South Florida and Pembroke Pines has a more tropical climate. Just be sure to always be on the lookout during hurricane season as unexpected, afternoon rainfalls are quite common!
The boundaries of Pembroke Pines include Sheridan Street to the north, North 72nd Avenue and Florida's Turnpike to the east, Pembroke Road to the south, and the Everglades and Francis S. Taylor Wildlife Management Area to the west. Pines Boulevard, South Flamingo Road, and I-75 are other major roadways that run through Pembroke Pines.
Besides several golf courses in this neighborhood, Snake Creek Park and CB Smith Park combine to create the largest greenway in Pembroke Pines. Collectively, these parks are home to a water park, a concert venue, playgrounds, areas for general recreation, picnicking areas, sports facilities, a campground, access to fishing, and a trail.
This neighborhood even has its very own dog park if Fido needs a bit more exercise for the day! Johnson Street Dog Park is a fenced-in, grassy area with one section for larger breeds and a separate section for smaller pups. This park even has play areas with different obstacles for your pup to go through and benches for you to sit back and relax!