The Harbor Breeze Condominiums sit on S. Palmetto in a nice quiet neighborhood near the Halifax Marina and River. This is the historic district of Daytona Beach and includes Jackie Robinson Stadium, the Courthouse, a Farmer's Market, and puts you close to City Island and the Bethune Point Park.
If you want to go out to eat, you have to hop in the car and cruise for a bit. Many of the best restaurants are over on the beachside where you will find many of them lining A1A. There are also many excellent restaurants on the mainland side. As for dog-friendly parks, the nearest one is Bethune Point Park.
For those who love the sun, Daytona Beach is the perfect place to live. Summers here consist of endless days in the 90s with blue skies that seem to go on forever. Winters aren't so bad here either with average temperatures in the 50s in December and the upper 40s in January.
The terrain around the Harbor Breeze Condos is an unusual blend of urban with a large empty wooded lot to the east. Thankfully, there are plenty of sidewalks for you and your dog to take advantage of.
While the ground is flat around here, you and your pup can still get in plenty of good healthy walks. You can walk around the various blocks, going different directions and changing which blocks you walk around on a regular basis. It's also a nice walk on the trail that runs all the way out to the Halifax Harbor Marina and back. Both of these offer you enough room to stretch your legs without having to go too far from home.
As a bonus, you can romp around on the empty lot behind the condos. Just remember that your pooch is wearing a fur coat and can quickly succumb to heat stroke in the summer. Be sure you take your walks early in the morning!
There is the green space behind the condos, but this is a relatively small area and should be considered private property. Thankfully, you are only a short drive over to the beachside where you and your pup can walk for as many miles as you'd like. Walking on the sand offers you an excellent workout.
If you are truly looking for real green space, you can drive west on US 92 until you reach the Tiger Bay State Forest and Tomoka Wildlife Management Area. Covering more than 30,000 acres, the WMA and forest are the perfect place to bring an energetic furry friend. There are miles of trails for the two of you to hike along, acres of cypress swamps, and swathes of pine-palmetto for you to explore.
You should be on the lookout for dozens of different bird species, black bears, whitetail deer, and many other creatures who call this area home!