Evergreen Estates is a small residential community on Elsie Circle, a loop road that connects to Broadcast Court. This is a manufactured home neighborhood where everyone has a large yard and many of the homes have large shade trees.
For neighbors, you have the Tropical Court mobile home park to the north, which is a more traditional mobile home community. To the east is Endeavor Elementary School and there is a small industrial park to the south. To the west is Clearlake Road, a bustling thoroughfare where traffic tends to flow from early in the morning until late into the night. It is also home to the Clearlake Animal Hospital should you ever need medical or emergency services for your dog.
If you need to stock up on groceries, the nearest supermarket is a Sav-a-Lot on Dixon Boulevard. It’s a short drive and you should be able to find everything you need, including plenty of dog food for your furry companion.
Unlike most manufactured housing communities in which the units are placed so close to each other that you can hear your neighbors sneeze, each home here sits on a large lot much like other, more open suburbs.
There are no sidewalks for you and your dog to walk on, but once the morning exodus of those heading to work is over, you only have the occasional vehicle to deal with. This leaves the entire loop for you and your pooch to use for your daily walks. The more laps you can get in, the better your walks will be for both of you!
The ground here is quite level which, if you are taking your walks in the Florida sun, could prove to be a good thing. Going up and down hills in temperatures above the mid-70s can be more than the average pooch can handle. Taking your walk before the morning rush hour starts is a great idea as the temperatures have not yet begun to climb.
Cocoa is a city with a minimal number of parks for you and your dog to make use of. However, no matter which area you choose to take your dog to, be sure you keep them on a short leash and carry plenty of waste bags with you to keep the greenways in this neighborhood clean!
The nearest dog park is Barks and Recreation on Pluckebaum Road in the nearby Rockledge community. The park is very popular with dogs and dog owners alike as there are separate areas for large and small breeds with water fountains to keep thirsty pups satisfied. Each section is very large and has plenty of room for your pooch to run around in and make new friends. Please be kind and use the readily available pet waste bags to clean up after your dog and do your part to keep the park clean!