Corbin Park is a mostly rural community of single-family homes sitting on Turnbull Creek to the south of SR-44. There is one thing in this neighborhood that very few others can boast: a pet supply store. The area is surrounded by woods that help keep the noise from the bustling traffic out on SR-44. Those who live here like to say they enjoy living in the country without actually being there.
It's only a two-minute drive to SR-44 where there are several restaurants to choose from, a home DIY discount warehouse, and several car dealerships. There are several green spaces in the area for you and your dog to explore and spend time together in, including an off-leash dog park where you can let your pup run free while you rest in the shade. Living here also means you are less than fifteen minutes from the beach.
This is a relatively quiet part of town with lots of shade trees. Thanks to the location, the only time you are likely to see much in the way of vehicular traffic is in the morning and evening during rush hours. Beyond this, you will have to deal with school buses and lots of kids running around as this is a family neighborhood. During these times of day, be sure to keep your dog on a short leash as this will make them much easier to control.
The overall ground out here is very flat and unexciting. In addition, there aren't any sidewalks for you and your pooch to walk on. This means you will be walking on the roads which, luckily, have quite a bit of shade. These trees should be able to provide you with decent cover, but you'll need to keep an eye out for cars.
The entire community is surrounded by trees and the lakes of Lake Waterford Estates next door. The two of you can spend hours walking around under the dense canopy out of the sun's scorching glare.
You are within a short drive from the New Smyrna Beach Dog Park where you have a choice of two fenced-in areas based on the size of your dog. Each section of the park is equipped with a watering station to help the dogs stay hydrated, shade trees to relax under, and a pavilion for you to sit out of the sun.
On the other side of SR-44 are Otter Parks North and South, offering more room to hike under the dense canopy of trees with a lake to hike around or let your dog go swimming in on those hot summer days. It's a great way to help your dog cool off and be ready for more hiking.