Foote is a small community of single-family homes located right alongside W International Speedway Boulevard, putting you close to everything including the Greyhound bus station and Bethune Cookman University. You'll be at the center of it all in Daytona Beach.
The Volusia Mall is just down the road, there are plenty of restaurants to choose from within a short driving distance, and the beach is just a short hop over the bridge. There are pet supply stores within driving distance and dog-friendly parks are not too far away.
Most of all, you get to enjoy winters that are warm enough to take your pup walking on the beach with temperatures that routinely stay in the 50s. You can even visit in in January when the lows are in the upper 40s and lower 50s during the day. However, most people come for the summers with longs days of endless sunshine and temperatures in the 90s.
The terrain here is much like you would find anywhere in town. In other words, there plenty of sidewalks and paved surfaces with little in the way of accessible green space or exciting ground for you to walk on. But when faced with such a challenge, you just have to put your thinking cap on.
While you might live next to one of the busiest roads in the entire city, you don't have to go walking along Speedway Blvd. There are plenty of residential blocks for the two of you to explore without going near the main roads. Try making a game out of your walks by choosing different blocks to walk around, going different directions, and even taking the occasional trip over to the beach. Walking up and down the sands is a great way to get in some good, healthy exercise walking in the soft sands and playing in the surf together.
Living here puts you in the center of town, which, unfortunately, means you aren't exactly next door to anything open space to run and play. There is a small park running alongside the Halifax River with walking trails along with City Island Park and the Jackie Robinson Memorial Baseball Park.
There are several smaller parks located within a short drive from Foote, each of which has at least some grass for your pup to run around on.
you want more space or some hiking trails to put some miles in together
on, you have to drive to find them. To the west is the 30,000 acres that is the Tiger Bay Wildlife Management Area and State Forest. The WMA has miles of
trails running through a range of different terrain and gives you a chance to see bald eagles, black
bears, whitetail deer, and many others along the way.