Atlantis is a small townhouse community on Lindsey Court, which happens to be a cul-de-sac. Why is this important? Because no matter where you live in the neighborhood, the fact that it is a dead-end road helps to keep the traffic to a bare minimum! However, you are close to Canaveral Beach Boulevard and North Ridgewood Avenue, both of which tend to be busy roads during the day.
Living this far north in Cape Canaveral leaves you at the mercy of the few small shops and strip malls for shopping and there aren't many of them! When the time comes for you to do your weekly shopping, you'll have to go south to the West Cocoa Beach Causeway. Along this road, both here and over the bridge in Merritt Island, you will find plenty of places to go shopping, including places to buy food and treats for your pooch.
Living in a cul-de-sac assists in cutting down on the traffic outside of your front door. However, most of the streets nearby tend to be a little busier during the day. The residential areas around you have sidewalks for the two of you to make good use of for your daily walks. In fact, there are enough sidewalks that you can walk your dog all way to Cherie Down Park to the south along North Ridgewood Avenue. With the abundance of flat terrain and distinct lack of up and downhill treks necessary to get from one end of the neighborhood to the other, you'll find it fairly easy to navigate your way to any destination!
With Cape View Elementary School to the south and numerous residential areas, you and your pooch are likely to encounter quite a bit of pedestrian traffic. Keep an eye out for strangers, particularly if your pup is shy or skittish, and choose alternative routes to keep them comfortable.
Most parks in the City of Cape Canaveral are dog-friendly as of 2018. The city has gone through and installed doggy waste bag dispensers and receptacles to encourage people to clean up after their dogs. Be sure you make use of them and keep your dog on a leash at all times!
The nearest park is Cherie Down Park on A1A. The park offers direct beach access for the public, a large parking area, and a vast area of grass with plenty of shade trees. There are picnic pavilions for public use and public restrooms as well!
If you and your pup are ready to hit the dunes, you can cruise down to the Lori Wilson Park in Cocoa Beach. Here, you will find lots of parking, a vast green field to play in, and public beach access where your dog is allowed to visit! Then it's time for a hike in the fresh air while you enjoy the sun, sand, and surf!