Tranquil Seas is a small neighborhood of single-family homes next door to the Coronado Beach Elementary School and the Mosquito Lagoon Aquatic Preserve. Living here puts you within walking distance of the beach and several restaurants. If you need groceries or food, there is a Publix grocery store to the north on S Atlantic Avenue. If you prefer a park environment, Smyrna Dunes Park is only 15 minutes to the north as well.
No matter where you go or what you have in mind to do, you can count on having decent weather on almost every day of the year. Summers can be a little warm with temperatures in the 90s. Winters, on the other hand, are very mild with average temperatures in the 60s to 70s. The only thing that might slow you down is the rain, but it never lasts for long, so it's not really an excuse for not taking your pup out for walks.
Having a home in Tranquil Seas gives you and Fido access to multiple types of terrain. Immediately surrounding your home are streets and sidewalks for the two of you to check out. You can create a number of walking routes both long and short to keep your strolls interesting. You can also choose to go out on the trails running through Mosquito Lagoon and enjoy slightly more difficult terrain as well as wildlife to look for.
Then there is the beach, where the soft dry sand offers both of you an exceptional workout as it makes each step a challenge. Alternatively, you can walk a little closer to the water. Here, you and your pooch can cool your feet in the water while walking on the firm sand underfoot all the way back to your starting point. Don't forget to take a few minutes out and play in the waves with your pup! It's also very good exercise.
Living here puts you right next door the Mosquito Lagoon Aquatic Preserve. Part of the Indian River Lagoons system, the preserve has its own population of Atlantic bottlenose dolphins in permanent residence. Along with beaches and parks, there are miles of waterways for you and your pup to explore in a canoe.
The beach is next, stretching south from the Ponce de Leon Inlet for more miles than most of us want to walk. Be sure to get out early in the morning before the tourists start packing the area.
At the tip of the peninsula sits Smyrna Dunes Park. Here, you and your dog can enjoy one of the few county parks where dogs are welcome as you hike along the boardwalk and trails that run through the various ecosystems. You can also spend time playing on the dog-friendly beach and in the inlet to cool off when things get too hot.