The Condominium at Georgetown Lake is a moderate-sized community of townhome style condominiums located close to the Pelican Bay Golf Course. The condos are built in an area with plenty of grass around them for you to spend time on and sidewalks for your daily walks. But if you like to eat out or want an enclosed dog park, you have no choice but to get in your car and go for a drive.
There is, unfortunately, a price that has to be paid for living outside of the central part of town. But, like most areas of the Greater Daytona Beach metropolis, it's never far to most of the things you need.
are spectacular with endless days of blue skies and temperatures in the 90s. The
only bad weather you are likely to encounter
is the occasional summer thunderstorm. These dump a lot of rain,
creating incredible humidity and making everyone miserable for a few hours.
Like most of Daytona, the terrain at the Georgetown Lake Condos is flat and rather uninspiring. It can be hard to make your walks fun and interesting, but at least you have plenty of sidewalks for you to check out. Not only do these sidewalks take you around the community itself, but the you can follow them into neighboring communities to extend your walks.
One crucial thing to keep in mind is that once the weather starts to warm up is the temperature of the pavement you expect your pup to walk on. During the summer months, the temperature of the pavement will be hot enough to cause discomfort and burns. A good way to check the temperature and make sure it is safe is taking the back of your hand and placing it on the road or sidewalk. If you can't hold it there for ten seconds, it is too hot for sensitive puppy paws!
The community has plenty of grass and a small lake for you to walk around. The lake has a fountain for your entertainment.
Living here puts you within a short driving distance of the beach which offers endless miles of sand and surf for the two of you to walk, jog, or relax on. When walking on the beach, walk in the soft sand on the way out as this will give your leg muscles an incredible workout. Once you have gone as far out as you want to, take the hard-packed wet sand on the way back. Not only is walking here much easier on both of you, but it gives your pup a chance to run around in the surf and cool down.
If you want greenery to walk in, the Tiger Bay State Forest and the Tiger Bay Wildlife Management Area are both a short drive west, offering over 30,000 acres of pine-palmetto and cypress swamps for you to explore.