If living out in the country is what you crave, then having a home in Hatoum Estates may be just what you are looking for. Located almost at the end of Hooper Road, the area features larger, more luxurious homes buried deep in the woods. They all have big yards with plenty of room to raise kids and even a family pup! The entire neighborhood is surrounded by dense forests, adding to the tranquility.
Living out here does come with a cost as there are no stores within walking distance. If you want a grocery store or a place to buy supplies for your dog, the nearest Walmart Supercenter is less than ten minutes north on Clearlake Road. You can buy just about anything here, including food, toys, and treats for your favorite four-legged family member.
The weather in Cocoa can be humid and unberably hot in the summer. Keep this in mind when your adventures take you out and about during the warmer months.
Hatoum Estates is buried deep in the woods and the only vehicles the two of you are likely to run into are included in the typical rush hour traffic. The rest of the day is tranquil and, considering that there aren't any sidewalks, it's a good thing as you and your dog will be stuck walking along the roads. Thankfully, the flat terrain in the region should mean that your stroll won't be too rough or testy.
You can do your part to make things safe by keeping your dog on a short leash. A leash that is less than six feet long will give you more control should you run into any traffic. It also gives your dog a sense of security!
This neighborhood is small, so you may find yourself wandering into nearby neighborhoods if your pup needs a bit more exercise or distance to satisfy their wandering urges.
Why go looking for green space when your home is surrounded by it? The woods surrounding your house are full of trails for you and your dog to explore, some of which lead to small lakes. The dense forest will help keep the sun at bay which, in turn, will keep both of you cooled down during the heat of summer.
However, if you really need a place to take your pup where they can play off-leash, the Fay Lake Wilderness Park and Off-leash Dog Park is less than twenty minutes north on Golfview Avenue. Fay Lake is a very popular place and the wilderness park has plenty of trails to walk on and wide-open spaces to play in. The dog park offers two fenced-in areas for large and small breeds with water fountains and plenty of shade for everyone to enjoy. Along with this, there is plenty of seating for owners to use while their dogs are out playing together.