Carew is a small section of single-family homes less than a block from A1A and the beach. Many of the houses here are older but have been renovated to make the street more pleasant to live on. Like most of the beachside, the houses and their associated yards take up the vast majority of the space here. Dog parks and pet stores are within driving distance and no matter where your home is located, you are never more than a block away from the beach and the Atlantic Ocean. A1A is lined with tourist stores, restaurants, and just about anything else you could need as you take your pooch for a walk.
One very notable thing to keep in mind is that the summer weather here is not conducive to daytime walks. Daytime temperatures during the summer months can quickly peak in the high nineties with humidity levels to match.
The terrain between the Halifax River and the Atlantic Ocean is quite level and flat. In fact, the entire area is flat which can make it a lot easier for both of you to walk all year round. Of course, you never have to worry too much about challenging terrain. One great way to make use of this flat ground is to take your pup out to the beach where both of you can walk for as many miles as you want each day. It's not uncommon to see several people out for a walk with their dogs early in the morning. Alternatively, you can stretch your legs by hitting the sidewalks early on and adding a block to your walk every few weeks as this will help build endurance and muscle tone so that, in time, you will be able to take on the challenges of more strenuous terrain.
While there isn't very much in the way of green space in this part of Daytona Beach, the streets are lined with grassy strips and shade trees for your pup to enjoy on your walks. Be sure when you are going for a walk in the summer months, you let your dog use these grass strips to do their business and to help keep their paws cooled down.
Just down the road is the Daytona Beach Lenox Playground with a large grassy area and walking trails for the two of you to try. There are few vacant lots in the area along with the Daytona Beach Lenox Park. Here, there is plenty of room for you and your pooch to burn off some of that energy and shed those extra pounds that tend to accumulate during the summer months when you spend more time sitting in the air conditioning than you do outside with your dog!