Community

Our lush 2,300 acres of land offer a serene reprieve from the nearby heart of the Palm Beaches.

With homes designed by preferred builders, Mirasol’s 23 diverse neighborhoods offer a unique collection of family residences harmoniously intertwined with the vibrant greens of our golf courses and our 850 acres of natural habitat and preserve areas.

Membership to The Country Club at Mirasol is mandatory with home ownership, and we offer three categories of membership to suit prospective residents. Memberships correlate with the home, so we recommend reviewing the categories of membership prior to the home search. Click here to learn more about the categories we offer.

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Caring for our residents and environment!

Safety Security

Safety & Security

The safety of our residents is our top priority. To that end, we employ a dedicated and experienced group of security personnel who ensure that our gated community is secure around the clock.

Our streets are patrolled daily and in addition to daytime and nighttime thermal imaging cameras stationed at the perimeter of our property, we also utilize a convenient emergency notification system for critical phone and text communications to our residents. Additional technology we offer includes a gate access mobile app by which residents may conveniently add guests to their entry lists day or night.

We are also fortunate to have first responders and paramedics on our security team. They are the first to arrive at any medical emergency that may occur, and they work closely with local officials to administer timely and effective care. Among the medical apparatus immediately available to our team is the LUCAS automated life-saving device, which performs automated CPR to the precise depth and rate recommended by the American Heart Association.

Mirasol was only the second private, residential community in the entire state of Florida to obtain the recognition of StormReady®by the National Weather Service (NWS). StormReady communities are better prepared to save lives from the onslaught of severe weather through advanced planning, education and awareness.

In addition, a mass notification system called CodeRED is utilized by our community that sends personalized emergency alert messages via call or text to members that register with Mirasol Security.

Enjoy peace of mind at Mirasol, whether you will be a full-time resident or will consider us your home away from home!

Environmental Commit

Environmental Commitment

The Country Club at Mirasol is an Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary!

Our Golf Course Maintenance team entered into this valuable relationship with Audubon International in 2012 in an effort to preserve the many diverse species of wildlife that inhabit Mirasol’s 2,300 acres.

The Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program will ensure that we apply sustainable resource management practices in the long-term stewardship of our property.

The Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses, endorsed by the United States Golf Association, provides information and guidance to help golf courses preserve and enhance wildlife habitat, and protect natural resources. Golf courses from the United States, Africa, Australia, Canada, Central America, Europe, Mexico, and Southeast Asia have achieved certification in the program.

“The Country Club at Mirasol has shown a strong commitment to its environmental program. They are to be commended for preserving the natural heritage of the area by protecting the local watershed and providing a sanctuary for wildlife on the golf course property,” said Christine Kane, CEO at Audubon International.

“To reach certification, a course must demonstrate that they are maintaining a high degree of environmental quality in a number of areas,” explained Kane. These categories include: Environmental Planning, Wildlife & Habitat Management, Outreach and Education, Chemical Use Reduction and Safety, Water Conservation, and Water Quality Management. Courses go through a recertification process every three years.

We will continue to find new and innovative ways of maintaining our environment and invite you to make the same commitment in your home. Practicing good environmental stewardship in and around your home is a vital way to make a positive contribution to the environment where you live. Click here for more information about Audubon International’s Treasuring Home Pledge.

In addition to our partnership with Audubon International, we also have an Environmental Committee, comprised of members who are dedicated to preserving and improving Mirasol’s environment while respecting the integrity of its habitat and demonstrating fiscally-responsible decision making. The Committee’s objective is to effectively pursue environmentally-friendly operations within the community in support of Mirasol’s core values. Environmental initiatives in place include a battery recycling drop-off program; annual shredding event; transition to LED lighting; addition of Dyson dryers in our Sports Complex and golf course comfort stations; straws upon request only; club-wide switch to compostable plastic straws; elimination of Styrofoam and plastic cups; change to single stream recycling of cans, glass, plastic, and cardboard; and the addition of an ORCA food digestor, which enzymatically breaks down food waste and discharging it safely into our wastewater system. As a result of these efforts, Mirasol is diverting 22 football fields worth of recycling/food waste from the landfills per year!

Bee Inspired

“Bee Inspired” Initiative

Many diverse species of wildlife inhabit our lush 2,300 acres, but did you know that thousands of busy European honeybees also call Mirasol their place in the sun?

In an ongoing effort to advance our sustainable resource management practices as a certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary, we engaged beekeeper Sierra Malnove of Sierra’s Bees to install 20 beehives in remote parts of our community in February 2019. Over thousands of  pounds of honey have been harvested to date for use in our extensive culinary operations, from marinades to appetizers, desserts and cocktails. We add a special “Bee Inspired” logo to our menus, indicating the recipes that include our very own honey.

With our beeswax, we are also producing an exclusive “Yes! Honey” branded lip balm which is available in our Golf Pro Shop, Tennis Center, and The Spa and Salon. Several lines of luxurious “Yes! Honey” spa and salon products are now available, and additional uses for future harvests are being discussed.

Did you know that the flavor profile of honey can vary depending on what is in bloom at the time the honey is created? With bees getting most of their nectar from trees, we will have no shortage of plants for these purposeful pollinators!

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Food & Beverage team member Tyron Williams was surprised to see this big guy on hole 17 on our Sunrise Course on the Fourth of July as he was setting up the comfort stations for our annual golf tournament. We are thrilled that he captured this video safely and shared it with us! 

While primarily used in the water, an alligator's tail also provides leverage on land. Alligators can use their tails to push themselves up or to help them move more efficiently. Their tails are very muscular, making up about half of an alligator's total length, and are strong enough to knock down prey or fend off threats.

Have you come across any #floridawildlife while enjoying time at Mirasol? Share your photos with us for a chance to be featured on our social media accounts on a future #WildlifeWednesday!

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Here's something we haven't featured on #WildlifeWednesday before - a Cuban brown snail! We thank member Doug Linker for capturing this primarily nocturnal creature in his yard and sharing it with us.

These snails are herbivorous and feed on a variety of plants, making them potential pests in gardens and agricultural areas. They particularly enjoy decaying plant matter, which also contributes to nutrient cycling in their ecosystems. While they can be a nuisance in gardens, these snails also play a role in the decomposition process, breaking down organic material and contributing to soil health. 

Have you come across any #floridawildlife while enjoying time at Mirasol? Share your photos with us for a chance to be featured on our social media accounts!

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Member William Fink shared this silhouette of a barred owl that he captured surveying the ninth hole on our Sunset Course at sunset!

These nocturnal hunters have feathers adapted to shed water, which is fortunate considering the precipitation we have been seeing this summer! While the wet weather can dampen sound and make hunting more challenging, barred owls can still detect the subtle sounds of prey even during light to moderate rainfall.

Have you come across any #floridawildlife while enjoying time at Mirasol? Share your photos with us for a chance to be featured on our social media accounts on a future #wildlifeWednesday!

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It's #wildlifeWednesday, and if you don't live at Mirasol and wonder how close our wildlife comes to us, let four-legged member Ellie Wexler show you! We thank Ellie's mom, Amy, for sharing this fun view from their walk along Mirasol Way and Ellie for being an excellent watchdog!

White-tailed deer have adapted to living close to human environments. You may see these deer in suburban and urban areas, not just rural or forested regions. They have learned to navigate neighborhoods, parks, and even small city landscapes, taking advantage of gardens, ornamental plants, and bird feeders for food. Be sure to keep an eye out on our roads, especially at night, for roaming creatures!

Have you come across any #floridawildlife while enjoying time at Mirasol? Share your photos with us for a chance to be featured on our social media accounts on a future #wildlifeWednesday!

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