Yes, there is an Atlantic City in Daytona Beach! It's a small community located on the beachside peninsula fronting both the Halifax River where you will find large single-family homes and on the beach where the Harbour Beach Resort takes up a large section of beachfront property.
You can walk to the beach and take Fido for nice long walks in the sand and surf. You can also find plenty of top-quality restaurants lining A1A and you can hit the nightclub scene up on the boardwalk. Better yet, you live in one of the few areas of the beachside with a modestly sized park nearby if Fido can't live without some grass!
You can count on playing outside on almost every day of the year. With summers in the 90s and winters in the 50s, the only thing you have to worry about is a fair amount of rain throughout the year.
Going for walks around Atlantic City offers you a choice between suburban sidewalks and the beach. Both of these spaces have their uses when it comes to going for walks with Fido.
The residential blocks here are large and give you plenty of room to roam. By choosing different blocks to walk around, you can make each walk just different enough to keep them enjoyable. At the same time, why would you want to walk on burning hot pavement all summer long when the beach is right across the street?
With your choice of challenging soft sands or easy-to-handle wet sand right at the water's edge, you can explore multiple avenues. You could walk in the hard stuff first and then turn around and walk in the wet stuff on the way home. A good combination of both will give you and Fido a good workout and plenty of fun times to spend together.
When you live on the beach, how much more green space could you possibly need? All kidding aside, the beach is one massive open space. In fact, it is a wealth of ecosystems for both of you to enjoy every day of the year!
The Daytona Beach Lenox Playground offers a large expanse of sports fields and grass to run around on, but your pup will need to be on a leash and you must remember to clean up any messes they leave behind.
Beyond this, if you want a large area of green space to romp around in or go hiking in, you should check out the Tiger Bay Wildlife Management Area just to the west of town. With over 30,000 acres of forests with miles of trails to cover, this area should keep you and Fido happily hiking in the great Florida outdoors for many years to come.