Coytown Florida is located just east of Colonialtown North, west of Northeast Orlando, and just south of Lake Druid Park. This picturesque neighborhood is the perfect area to take your pup out for some exercise. The streets are easily navigated by foot or paw and despite it being a residential area, the neighborhood is surrounded by lots of green spaces meaning that dog walking is convenient and accessible to all. Lake Druid Park lies just north of the area and is an idyllic spot to take your pup for some time in a natural space. Whether it be a quick mid-week game of fetch or a lazy Sunday stroll, your pooch will love exploring all that this spacious park has available.
The neighborhood is well located and is just a short distance from the bustle of Orlando's downtown! However, it is able to provide its residents with a sense of tranquil suburbia which is the perfect environment.
Like much of Florida, the Coytown neighborhood is low lying and flat. The streets in this part are easily navigated and walking in the neighborhood is leisurely and enjoyable, making it ideal for those who are not in the market for a more intense workout routine during their daily outing. Florida's pleasant climate means that dog walking can be enjoyed year round, but the pavement may present some issues during hotter days when warm concrete can be harmful to sensitive paw pads. Surrounded by green spaces and lakes while boasting all the facilities of suburbia, Coytown strikes the perfect balance between urban and natural space for ideal walking.
Orlando Executive Airport is just a short distance away while Lake Apopka lies just west and the bustling city of Orlando lies just southwest. The neighborhood enjoys a fantastic location with little variations in terrain, making it a nice place to make a regular exercise routine.
The area's foremost greenway is Lake Druid Park which lies just north of the area. This lovely spot boasts a park and a garden and its spacious fields means that there is an abundance of space for your pup to enjoy. Whether it be fetching sticks, catching frisbees, or playing, your pooch will just love the area, though you'll want to make sure that you obey local leash laws and keep them secure in spaces where off-leash play is not explicitly allowed, especially in areas that are not fenced-in.
Looking slightly further afield, Festival Park lies just south of the neighborhood. This great park offers volleyball nets, 16-acres of open space, and lots more! It is the perfect spot for your pooch to have a run around with you at their side. Additionally, just west of Festival Park is Dickson Azalea Park. This urban green space features bird watching, picnic sites, and beautiful trees.