Clarendon Court is a small community on the beachside that sits midway between the coast to the east and the Halifax River the west. There are many advantages to living here including being within walking distance of Daytona Beach and driving distance of several of the top restaurants in town.
For those of you who live for the nightlife, this side of Daytona has many of the top nightclubs, some of which sit on the beach. Those that are on the sand have outdoor decks where you can dance the night away under a canopy of stars. Summer evenings out on these decks mean temperatures in the 70s and light breezes coming in off the ocean which offer plenty of relief from the heat of the 90-degree weather and endless sunshine of the typical summer day. With so many amenities available, you'll have plenty of options to choose from on your outings.
Living on the beachside gives you and your pup a choice of terrain to walk on. The first is, of course, the sidewalks that run throughout the neighborhood and surrounding area. If you work at planning different walking routes around the various surrounding streets and blocks, then you and Fido won't quickly become bored with walking around the same block day after day. If you keep doing this, your pooch and their super sensitive nose are sure to become bored and they may start balking at going for walks.
The second terrain is, of course, the beach where you and your dog will have two completely different types of terrain. One is the soft sand that grabs at your feet and makes every step you take a challenge. It's a great way for both of you work at building your leg muscles and your stamina while walking along in the fresh air sunshine.
Beyond the beach itself, there isn't much here in the way of green space. If you want a park with plenty of space for the two of you to roam, you will find it to the north over on the mainland side. Your drive will take you to both Tomoka State Park and Bulow Creek State Park. Both offer plenty of trails for you walk along that takes you deep into the woods. Tomoka State Park trails will take you to the 1,500-year-old Timucuan Indian village built due to the river that was teeming with fish at the time.
Bulow Creek State Park was once home to the Bulow Plantation which was once a large provider of indigo. Bring your family, your pooch, and a packed lunch so that you can all sit down for a picnic within sight of the Fairchild Oak. Estimated to be 400 years old, this is one of the oldest Live Oaks in the southeastern U.S.