Cedar Park is a section of single-family homes located near the Samuel L. Butts Archeological Park and Turie T. Small Elementary School. Living here puts you conveniently close to the best that Daytona has to offer without putting you so close to it that the noise and traffic is unbearable.
For example, you are close enough to hear the cars roaring around the track the Daytona International Speedway, but far enough away to not be overly affected by the amount of traffic race days tend to create! If you like to dine out, you can drive just about any direction and run into a selection of fast-food, family dining, or fine-dining restaurants.
The city has plenty of clubs to dance the night away in, the best of which are over on the beachside where you can enjoy dancing under the stars on the open decks all summer long.
Unfortunately, the ground here is pretty flat and has little to offer in the way of a challenge. Rather than let this discourage you, it should start your creative juices flowing. When you have flat ground to work with, you have to learn how to make the most of it.
Instead of doing little more than going around the block, consider branching out. Take Fido and go around different neighborhoods, take the trail running around the lake at the Samuel L. Butts Archeological Park, or do anything you can to add variety to your walks. Get up early and instead of walking, take your pup out for a jog in the cool air! They are sure to appreciate the chance to run alongside you and get in a little more serious exercise.
It really is up to you to create the best possible walks that will let you get the exercise both of you need every day.
Beyond the Samuel L. Butts Archeological Park and the Daytona Beach Golf Course, there isn't much in the way of usable green space nearby. But if you don't mind taking a drive, you can take your pup to the Community Dog Park at the Halifax Humane Society.
The park is maintained by volunteers and offers a section for large dogs and one for smaller dogs. There is shade for you to relax under and, of course, plenty of water to keep your pooch from becoming dehydrated.
Following on this vein, you can also drive out to the 30,000 acres that make up the Tiger Bay Wildlife Management Area. Here, you and your dog can enjoy hiking along miles of trails as you search for signs of the many animals and birds who call the WMA home. It's a great way to get out into the natural Florida environment and enjoy all that it has to offer!