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!
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.
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.