Sandpiper Lake at Pelican Bay Condo is conveniently located near I-95, I-4, the Daytona Beach International Speedway, the Volusia Mall, and the beach. The condos are mostly single-story with a few two-story townhome style buildings thrown in for good measure. Living here also puts you with driving distance of a fantastic selection of restaurants serving a cultural smorgasbord of dishes including seafood, steak, and menus from around the globe.
You are close to the LPGA Golf Course, Tiger Bay State Park, and the Community Dog Park at the Halifax Humane Society. If hanging out at the beach is more your thing, the weather here is hot enough in the summer for you to spend hours surfing or hanging out on the sand. But if you bring your pup to the coast, be sure to bring plenty of fresh water and a water bowl for them as they will need plenty to help them deal with the heat!
The terrain out here is a little less built up with small sections of woods around you, many of which have trails you and Fido can go hiking on. If you want to take your pup for longer walks, you may find going further out in the area offers more room for the two of you to stretch your legs.
The most important thing to remember is that variety helps to keep you from becoming bored and adds a little extra challenge to each of your walks. Your pooch explores with their nose more than their eyes and while they don't mind seeing the same things day after day, they are sure to appreciate any efforts you can make to give them something new to sniff at from time to time! It will help make going for walks more exciting and interesting which, in turn, makes going for walks easier for both of you.
Living in the Sandpiper Lake at Pelican Bay Condo puts you close to the Community Dog Park at the Halifax Humane Society. This dog park offers separate areas for large and small dogs, agility courses for both, plenty of water at the watering stations, and lots of shady places for you to sit while your pup goes out and plays with the other dogs in a safe fenced-in area. It's a fabulous place for them to make friends and burn off excess energy!
Of course, if you prefer going for a hike in the woods, you can't beat the Tiger Bay State Forest and Wildlife Management Area. With over 30,000 acres and miles of trails to roam around on, both of you can spend hours out here and enjoy searching for the many forms of wildlife that call this area home while you are getting in plenty of good, healthy exercise.