Cannon is a street covering two blocks of single-family homes just off of Ridgewood Ave and US 1. While most of the residences here may be older, the neighborhood is well-kept and shady thanks to the number of trees growing in yards and along the street.
Although Cannon Street covers only two blocks, it is within driving distance of a selection of excellent restaurants on the mainland side or you can always head over the to the beachside where you will find some of Daytona's finest eating establishments. Speaking of the beach, if you like to dance the night away, the beachside offers several great clubs such as the Ocean Deck where you can enjoy drinks on the deck leading out onto the beach.
If you like hot weather, you will love the summers in Daytona with temperatures in the 90s and endless days of sunshine which are perfect for taking your pup out for walks early in the morning.
Cannon is a residential area with sidewalks for you and your pup to use only a couple of blocks from a small man-made lake the two of you can enjoy walking around on the trail provided. But if you are looking for terrain that is challenging, you won't find it here. The area is quite flat, but that doesn't mean you can't find new ways to add some challenge to your strolls with your dog.
Since you don’t have any hills here to work with, you will have to rely on using distance to make your walks at least a bit more interesting. The idea behind walking your pup is to find places to get in a reasonable amount of exercise. So think of having so many blocks to walk along as a good way to turn your walks into an exercise routine that helps keep both of you fit and healthy!
Living along Cannon puts you within walking distance of Sunnyland Park and a small man-made lake, both of which you and your pup can use when you need somewhere nearby that isn't paved.
Of course, you are only a short drive from the beach where you can enjoy miles of sand both hard and soft. The soft sands are sure to give your leg muscles a good workout on the way out and the two of you can stroll back on the hard sand while playing in the surf.
If you prefer to try a dog park, a short drive out to the Halifax Humane Society will put you at the Community Public Dog Park run by the Humane Society and its volunteers. The park offers water fountains, shade, places to sit, and plenty of room in the separate areas for small and large dogs to run around in and play with each other.