Cypress Cove is a medium-sized and artfully laid out residential community built around three lakes close to Dunlawton Avenue. The houses here are all single-family homes with yards that are big enough for a dog to run around in! One significant feature that comes with living in Cypress Cove is that there is only one road into the community which helps limit traffic to residents only.
Nearby Dunlawton Avenue is more than just the main east-west highway running through town. It is also home to the majority of stores, superstores, supermarkets, shopping centers, and pet supply stores in the area! If you can't find what you need for your family, including the furry member, along this strip of road, you probably aren't looking hard enough. If you and your family like to eat out, Dunlawton is also home to an incredible selection of restaurants for you and your family to enjoy!
Cypress Cove is a family community close to one of the busiest streets in town. As you might expect, the roads in the area tend to be hectic during the morning and evening rush hours, making them not the best choice for your daily walks with your pup. Thankfully, there are sidewalks where the two of you can walk together safely and grass berms for your dog to use instead of the pavement.
Pedestrians in this area are common and come in all shapes and sizes, ranging in age from toddlers barely able to walk to high school teenagers and their parents. Some will ask to pet your dog and others may not until you tell them to do so. Pedestrians may cause some pups to feel nervous or skittish, so using a short leash for your walks will help keep your dog under control and secure when people do cross your path.
Within Cypress Cove, there are three large lakes, but unless your home happens to back up against one of them, they are fairly inaccessible to you and your dog. The only option this leaves is for the two of you to go for a ride in the car together.
If you go east on Dunlawton Avenue, your journey will end on the beach. You can drive on the sandy dunes and park your car! From here, you and your dog can hike for mile upon mile on the beautiful sands, enjoying the fresh breezes blowing in off the Atlantic and the warm sunshine. We recommend you take your walk in this area during the early morning hours. Not only will you find that there is a lot less traffic in this general tourist area, but it's not so hot that both of you end up with heat stroke!