Sawgrass Point is a large community of upscale family homes sandwiched between the southbound lanes of I-95 and South Williamson Boulevard. The area was developed to offer young executives a place to live outside of the city without being "out in the country." The neighborhood has communal green spaces and a narrow band of trees running through it. The developers even added sidewalks along both sides of the roads running through the area that give you and your dog somewhere safe to work.
For a quick grocery run or that night when you realize you're out of dog food, there is a Publix Supermarket to the north. If you need more, then head east under the I-95 overpass where it becomes Dunlawton Avenue, the central shopping district in Port Orange. Here, you will find Walmart, PetSmart, Pet Warehouse, and many other stores, along with an excellent selection of restaurants for you and your family to sample.
Sawgrass Point is a carefully laid out development with long stretches of sidewalk for the two of you to walk along. There are plenty of shade trees along the way to help keep the sun off your head or to stop under and catch your breath. As for vehicular traffic, you will be dealing with a small amount of rush hour traffic in the mornings and evenings. Sawgrass Point is a family neighborhood with plenty of children.
Because this neighborhood has little variation in terrain, you can expect to see a fair amount of pedestrians in the area including families, children, teenagers, or other young adults out and about. If your pup is not the kind of pet that is enthralled by the idea of meeting so many strangers, you may want to move out into the nearby parks that offers more space to roam.
There several green spaces easily accessible to the community where you and your dog are welcome to go for walks and spend a little play time together. Between the neighborhood and the interstate, there is a vast expanse of grass with a sand track running around it. You and your dog can run around here to your heart's' content or you can wander along the tracks in the woods to the south.
If your dog doesn’t mind the drive, you can drive north on South Williamson Boulevard until you hit US-92 where turning west will take you out to Tiger Bay State Forest. The forest is just one small part of the 30,000 acres that make up the Tiger Bay Wildlife Management Area. Here, you and your dog can hike the many miles of trails where you can marvel over how well the area has grown back following the 1998 wildfire "Firestorm" that severely damaged over half of the area.