Seaman is a single street just off of S. Ridgewood Ave. and only a block from the Halifax River. Most of the homes here are older single-family homes set in a nice shady location. Living here puts you within a short drive of multiple restaurants including Daytona's famous Chart House restaurant, home of the best seafood in town.
As for dog-friendly parks, there are a few small parks in the area for you to take your dog to or you can cruise over to the beach or out to the nearby Tomoka WMA and the Tiger Bay State Forest.
Living in Daytona Beach means being able to take Spot for walks on at least 360 days of the year with winters in the 50s and summers in the 90s. There are few days of the year when you can't get out and walk, but even then, you can easily take an umbrella and a wear a coat.
The terrain here is flat and pretty uninteresting, much like the rest of the city. Thankfully, there are plenty of sidewalks for the two of you to walk on. Rather than looking at this type of terrain as not the best place to go walking, you have to put your creative mind to work. There are plenty more blocks for the two of you to explore. By taking different routes as often as possible, you can keep your walks fresh and interesting.
If you prefer something a little more challenging, you should consider heading over to the beach. The beach offers two different types of walking. The first is the soft, dry sand that sucks at your feet as you walk. It's a fantastic way to get in a good workout. On the way back, you can walk on the wet sand which is much easier and is a good way to cool your muscles down.
The nearest green space is Bethune Point Park, a sports complex with plenty of green grass for you and your dog to play around on. Unfortunately, your options here are very limited.
If you want somewhere bigger with more challenging terrain, head west on US 92 to the Tiger Bay State Forest which is part of the Tomoka Wildlife Management Area. Here, you will find more than 30,000 acres of wetlands, cypress swamps, hardwood hammocks, and pine-palmetto for the two of you or the whole family to enjoy exploring. This area offers miles of horseback, bicycling, and hiking trails to hike along.
Be sure you bring plenty of water for everyone, including water and a bowl for your dog. While in the Wildlife Management Area, keep your eyes open for bald eagles, Bachman's Sparrows, peregrine falcons, wood storks, black bear, and even the occasional alligator, all of which call the WMA home.