Adamson Creek is a densely populated community south of the Brevard County Disposal Facility on Adamson Road. While the homes are densely packed, they do have front and back yards you can play with your dog in. Three lakes are part of the community, but two are only accessible to residents. The third has a walking trail that leads from the sidewalk on Talbot Boulevard to the north.
Going shopping for necessities like food for your dog means having to drive a short distance back into town unless you are a Sam's Club member, in which case, it’s a short drive to the intersection of I-95 and West King Street. The nearest Walmart Supercenter is fifteen minutes north on Clearlake Road. Between the two options, you should be able to find most of what you need. In town, there are many other stores and shops including Publix, Winn-Dixie, and Sav-a-lot supermarkets.
Within the Adamson Creek Community, you will find that everyone has a neat and tidy yard. There are sidewalks on both sides of the roads running through the area for you and your dog to walk on and very little noticeable change in elevation. As a working family community, you should expect to see a fair amount of traffic during both rush hour periods. However, neither of these time periods last long, giving you and your dog more options as to what time of day to take your walks.
time to go for walks with your dog, especially in the warmer months, is
in the early morning before the neighborhood starts to come alive. Along with virtually
no traffic, the air is typically much cooler.
You can extend your walks using the sidewalk that runs nearby and the lake to the
north. There is an added benefit of grass to cool your pup's paws down.
Within the boundaries of Adamson Creek, the entire community enjoys being completely surrounded by carefully manicured lawns with two lakes in the middle. Beyond the borders, the land around you is on vast green space of dense Florida woods, but unless you can find a trail into them, you should probably stay out as they are home to a number of wild animals.
The nearest park is the F. Burton Smith Regional Park. It's only ten minutes from your home to the west. Thos park covers over 1,000 acres and has a large pavilion with a kitchen that can seat 600 people! It is the perfect place to take the whole family for a day out, but unfortunately, your pup may have to sit this one out at home.
The nearest dog park is Barks and Recreation on Pluckebaum road. This park offers a large fenced-in area separated into zones for large and small breed dogs with water fountains and plenty of shade for everyone.