Seminole Woods is a vast residential community straddling Central Park Boulevard and sitting a stone's throw from Spruce Creek. The upscale homes here sit on large, heavily-shaded lots, but lack sidewalks for you and your dog to use. The neighborhood is filled with manicured lawns and clean streets. Living here puts you far enough away from both I-95 and the central part of town to enjoy a little peace and quiet after a hard day's work.
You are within reach of Dunlawton Avenue, the main east-west road through town that runs from I-95 east to where it ends on the beach. Along this vital highway, you will find numerous big box stores, grocery stores, pet supply stores, and many others. For those who like to eat out, there is an incredible selection of both chain and local restaurants to choose from. You should be able to find just about anything you need along this highway.
Out here in Seminole Woods, there are only two times of the day when you and your dog are likely to see much in the way of traffic. Even then, there should be nothing to really hamper your walks. Since there aren't any sidewalks, you would be better off to wait until after rush hour to venture out as you'll be able to avoid getting in the way of any passing cars.
Like most family neighborhoods, you can expect to see a fair amount of pedestrian traffic in the area, particularly on the weekends. With the terrain being as flat as it is, it makes it fairly simple for others to head out and about for their own exercise. Keep any skittish pups away from the bulk of the crowds and redirect your walks to local parks or quieter areas in the patches of woods that nestle themselves along the residential borders.
The nearest green space to Seminole Woods is less than five minutes to the east on Central Park Boulevard. Here, you will find the All Children's Park and the Seemore Memorial Dog Park. Bring the whole family and let the kids have a blast playing on the pirate-themed playground, cool off in the summer on the splash pad, and then enjoy a family picnic lunch. There is plenty of shade, a lake to walk around, tennis courts, and two huge softball fields to enjoy!
While the kids are playing, someone could take the furry member of the family next door to the Seemore Memorial Dog Park. This one-acre park is divided into three fenced-in areas. Each section has water for the dogs, plenty of shade, and benches for you to sit on and relax while your dog goes off and has a great time playing with their new-found friends.