Temko Terrace, Daytona Beach runs in a straight line between Peninsular Avenue to the west and A1A to the east. The street is lined with single-family detached homes with decently large yards. Both sides of the road are lined with sidewalks and grassy strips so walking with your four-legged friend here can consist of short walks around the neighborhood or you can take her out for long walks on the beach. Being the main road running along the eastern seaboard, A1A is home to a range of business, hotels, and beach resorts for the tourists to enjoy. The one thing most people who live here can say is that summers can be very hard on your pup as the sidewalks, streets, and beaches can become hot enough in the summer to burn his paw pads in minutes. You should plan to go for your walks during the early hours of the morning when everything is much cooler.
Like most of the Greater Daytona Beach area, the terrain along Temko Terrace is mostly flat. The only noticeable change in the terrain is the drop down to the beach, but in this part of town, even this is barely noticeable. You have to decide what type of walking you want to do each day before you set out on your walks. Some days, you can pick a direction and go around different blocks to vary them a little and keep both you and your dog from getting bored. Other days, the two of you can take off up or down the beach getting in a little beachcombing and play time along the way. Depending on the time of day, the beach offers you soft sand to walk in that can really give your calves a good workout. Or it can offer hard-packed wet sand that the two of you can go for a run along.
Like most of the beachside, there is very little in the way of accessible green space. Land values here are such that empty lots tend not to last long. Fortunately, the sidewalks along Temko do have grassy strips for your dog to walk on that may help to keep their toes and pads from getting burned. However, you should be aware that during July and August when temperatures here are in the high 90s and low 100s, even the grass can become hot enough to cause minor burns to their paws if you are not careful. The only real green space here is the beach where you can literally walk for miles. Bear in mind that this section of the beach still allows cars, so you must pay close attention to where you are going and the cars full of tourists who may not be watching where they are going.