Miramar Pineland is one of the most diverse sites in the Broward County Parks and Recreation Division: part regional park, part nature center, and part natural area. At approximately 157 acres, it is a unique combination of scrubby flatwoods to the north and restored wetlands and associated prairies to the south. Its slash pine forest, in the northern half, is one of the largest intake resources of its kind in the county. The two distinct vegetative communities are separated by fairly deep ravines that were cut when this site was once popular with off-road-vehicle enthusiasts.
One large, covered playground, located in an open area in the southeastern area of the park.
An interactive children’s water-play area, located in the southeastern portion of the site.
Three open rental shelters – two medium (capacity 45) and one large (capacity 70) – are located adjacent to the smaller parking lot, restroom, and playground area. There is also a picnic area adjacent to the main parking lot.
3 Shelters for Event Reservations
The gazebo, opened on March 1, 2013, overlooking a small lake, located in the beautiful natural area pineland forest, just off the Pineland Trail. Maximum capacity 25. Ideal for small weddings. Must be reserved and paid for in advance at park office or via telephone.
Approximately 3,700 feet of walkway, a combination of concrete trail and elevated boardwalk with overlook, meanders from the main building through the pineland.
Wetland Trail & Boardwalk
A trail combining concrete path and aluminum boardwalk runs for approximately 2,400 feet along and through the park’s wetland mitigation project in the southeastern portion of the site