Wright is a street dividing Derbyshire Acres and San Juan Acres from each other on an east-west axis. The neighborhood is mostly single-family homes, but it is home to the W.A. Hurst Elementary School which was permanently closed in 2015. If you are the type of person who likes to eat out, you won't find much nearby, but as long as you don't mind driving a little way, Daytona Beach has a beautiful selection of restaurants serving an entire array of foods for you to sample.
Prefer to spend your time dancing the night away? No problem. A1A over on the beach side has a fantastic selection of nightclubs for you to check out along with numerous pubs and bars.
If you like a hot summer, you get plenty of 90-degree weather all summer long here. Hate cold winters? The only truly cold month is January when the daytime temperatures are in the upper 40s and lower 50s.
The terrain here is flat and unexciting, for the most part. There are several small areas of woods all around you can use to break up the monotony of walking on nothing more than paved surfaces. There are many sidewalks in the area, so expect to do most of your walking on the roads facing traffic and wear light-colored or reflective clothing to make sure motorists can see you long before they get to you.
The hard part is trying to find new ways to make your walks around the neighborhood less boring. With so many blocks of residential streets around you, it shouldn't be hard to find ways to keep your walks fresh and interesting, even though you might be using the same blocks. Simply mixing them up every time you go out for a walk should be enough to keep things interesting for Spot's nose each time you go out.
There are a lot of dense woods around the area, but much of it is private property and you should not be walking your pup in them. You would be much better off taking them over to the Royal Oaks Dog Park on Alabama Ave.
The park has a separate section for small dogs, lots of shade, and watering stations for the pooches. There are public restrooms, a walking trail, and a lake to hike around. This is one of the most popular dog parks in the city.
A little further up the road is Central Park in Ormond Beach. This park has a lot to offer such as picnic pavilions, boat ramps, canoeing, outdoor grills, and a walking trail. Spot is quite welcome here, but you must keep them on a leash and bring your own bags to clean up after them to keep the trail clean for other users.