Daytona Beach Manor is a small private farm located on Jackson Street. To the north, east, and south, there are vast residential communities. To the west is a shopping center with a Publix Supermarket and a Pet Supermarket next door. You can walk to both of them and buy food for everyone in your family, including the cute one with the waggly tail.
In fact, immediately to the west is Dunlawton Avenue, the main east-west route through town and home to the largest selection of big box retailers, local stores, strip malls, shopping centers, and just about any other kind of store you can imagine. It is also home to the vast majority of restaurants in the area.
The nearest park is only a few blocks to the west or you can take your dog to the local dog park. There are even wildlife management areas and the beach for you to enjoy within driving distance.
Being this close to Dunlawton Avenue and so many residential neighborhoods all in one area, traffic during the day and, especially during rush hours, can be hectic. Unless your dog is used to heavy traffic and the noise it generates, you should try to time your walks to avoid busier parts of the day. There are plenty of sidewalks for you and your dog to use in the many communities for your walks and they offer a quieter, safer alternative.
However, walking your dog in a residential neighborhood does come with one significant hazard. The number of pedestrians in the area can definitely be a drawback, especially if your pup is particularly skittish. Though the area is flat and easy to navigate, you may have to venture out into other neighborhoods to avoid any influx of other families out and about. Otherwise, try to take a trip out to one of the local parks! This may present even more options.
Outside of the woodlands around the Daytona Beach Manor, the nearest park is Buschman Park and the Margaret Buschman Parcel. This green space starts at the corner of Jackson Street and Spruce Creek Road. Here, you will find a lake full of fish, a pier to fish from, a trail you and your dog can use to hike around the lake, nature trails in the woods, and plenty of shade for everyone to relax in.
There is only one dog park in town, further to the south on Spruce Creek Road. The Seemore Memorial Dog Park measures one full acre and has sections for small and large dogs and a third section that is just for dogs who are elderly, injured, or disabled. Each area has a watering station for the pups, shady benches for owners to sit on, and a doggy rinse station for rinsing off the dust at the end of the day.