While there are no sidewalks in this neighborhood, streets are wide and traffic is light, so walking along neighborhood streets is very pleasant. There are many streets stretching out for miles from Radcliffe, so there is plenty of area to explore. Streets don't connect, so you will have to retrace your steps, unfortunately.
The forest around Radcliffe is dense and well developed. Mature trees grow very tall, and shrubbery tends to be dense between trees. Neighborhoods in this area are well spaced, so there is plenty of deep forest between Radcliffe and the next neighborhood, allowing opportunities to see all kinds of wildlife if you don't mind hiking through deep woods.
The hills are gently rolling, not steep enough to bother you when walking along neighborhood streets but providing enough of a slope to have fun on wheels while your dog runs with you, providing you have good control of what you are riding and your dog is well behaved. Trees press in closely on many parts of the road here, so you may hit trees by the time you slow down if you run off the road.
In warmer months you have a good chance of seeing wildlife seeking out the grass along the road or the warmth of the road. All sorts of reptiles sun themselves on the hot asphalt, while deer and wild turkey can be spotted along the road. Even if you don't see wildlife, your dog can enjoy sniffing all the wild things that have crossed the road in the night, while you enjoy natural views into the forest without having to hike through it.