Cobblestone Village Condo is a townhouse-style condominium complex located on the Halifax River. Living here puts you where the action is in this busy town. It's only five short blocks to the beach where you will find some of the best nightclubs like Razzle's and the Ocean Deck, the Daytona Boardwalk Amusements, and some of the best restaurants in the area. However, if you want a grocery store, pet supply store, or dog park, your best bet is to cruise back over to the mainland where you will find several of each.
Daytona is a sun lover's paradise with approximately 230 days of sunshine every year and summer temperatures in the 90s. At the same time, it is the perfect place to be in the winter with temperatures averaging in the 50s and the chances of having to deal with a white Christmas ranging somewhere between slim and none.
The terrain here is a mix of residential and the several businesses lining Seabreeze Blvd. Once you move away from Seabreeze, the neighborhoods become more residential in nature. Most of the streets around here are lined with sidewalks to stroll along and there are enough blocks on either side of the road for the two of you to explore.
To keep your walks fun and interesting, you can choose four days of the week for long walks and use the other three for short walks. Then decide how many blocks each will cover. The rest is all about mixing and matching the walks in random patterns, ensuring you cover the appropriate distance without walking the same boring route every day.
During the summer months, walks must be taken early in the morning before everything heats up and the sidewalks become too hot for your pup to walk on safely.
Living here does put you at a bit of a disadvantage when it comes to finding green spaces you can take your dog to. Of course, Daytona Beach is only five short blocks to the east. The beach runs for 23 miles from its northern boundary to the southern.
If you are looking for a place to take Fido for a good workout, you can't beat the coast! The soft, dry sand further inland is tough to walk in and is sure to give your legs a great workout. Take the soft sand on the outbound leg or your walk for the best results, then come back on the wet sand, cooling your feet and Fido's paws off in the surf on your way. The beach could be the ultimate in open space for walking your dog. Just be sure you keep them on his leash and carry a supply of doggy bags with you!