Oak Heights Condo is an industrial condominium located on Oak Heights Court, close to Spruce Creek Road and the FEC railroad tracks. As part of an industrial park, you won't find much in the way of residences nearby, but what you will find is plenty of grass nearby for you and your dog to take daily walks on. As a commercial zone, the one thing you are not going to find here is sidewalks.
You are, however, close to the Margaret Buschman Parcel and Buschmann Park where you and your dog can take your longer walks. If you need to take care of your daily shopping on the way home from work, try Dunlawton Avenue. Here, you will find the city's central shopping district and the main route to the beach or the I-95 interchange. Along with Buschman Park, there are other places within driving distance for you and your dog to make use of.
Oak Heights Condo is in the heart of an industrial park, which means plenty of heavy traffic during regular business hours and often late into the night. Walking your dog here can be challenging due to the amount of traffic, but don't fall into the trap of walking along the FEC tracks. Not only is this very dangerous for both of you, but it is trespassing! Take advantage of the flat terrain in other areas of the region.
A better choice would be to walk around the three lakes to the west and south of your location. The lakes have plenty of room around them to stretch your legs and enjoy some sunshine. One of the best things about these lakes is that you and your dog can walk around them safely, without having to worry about traffic. Along with these water features, there are woods around the lakes where you can do some exploring.
The Margaret Buschman Parcel and Buschmann Park are within walking distance to the south of the Oak Heights Condo. The parcel contains large areas of woods and a vast lake complete with a fishing dock and pavilion. You and your dog can spend hours wandering around in the woods or using the walking trail that runs all the way around the water. Buschmann Park adds more trails for you to walk on, some workout equipment, and picnic tables.
If you like to take long hikes in the woods, the Tiger Bay State Forest and Wildlife Management Area are only twenty-five minutes to the west. The WMA covers over thirty thousand acres of swamps, wetlands, and vast areas of dense forest. There are miles of trails for you and your dog to explore, but you will be sharing these trails with cyclists, horseback riders, and many other hikers. Luckily, you can spend hours here with so many trails to explore!