The Cornerstone Office Park is home to Consolidated Tomoka Land and Wells Fargo Advisors. While there aren't any homes nearby, numerous employees and clients have support dogs who still need somewhere to go for walks and there is plenty of wide-open grass around the office complex and the surrounding area. You only have to walk or drive across LPGA Blvd. to find a pub and a fast-food restaurant. If you want more than this, you will have to drive.
There is a dog park at the Halifax Humane Society on the other side of I-95. For those of you who want the ability to go for a walk with your dog virtually every day of the year, Daytona is the place to be. The coldest month is January with daytime highs in the mid-to-upper-40s. It rains a little during the winter months, but you won't ever have to deal with snow.
The terrain here is a mix of interstate, major road, and green grass. The office park itself is set in a large grassy area complete with three ponds and fountains. This is a good spot to take your dog out for a quick walk during your lunch or coffee break.
You can also take your pup for a walk around the block while staying on grass the whole way around, letting them play around on the grassy areas as long as you keep them on a leash and carry waste bags with you.
If this is not enough, there is a road that goes from the parking lot to the strip mall on Cornerstone Blvd. Keep in mind that during the summer, the paved surfaces can reach temperatures in excess of 120 degrees Fahrenheit. You can fry an egg at this temperature, so keep your dog's sensitive paws in mind.
The entire office park sits in the middle of a green space. At the same time, it is only a short drive from the Tomoka Wildlife Management Area and the Tiger Bay State Forest. Covering well over 30,000 acres, there are miles of trails for you and your pup to explore at every opportunity. In 1998, the wildfires destroyed and damaged over 15,000 acres.
While there are still signs of the fire as you hike through the forests and the WMA, it has been 20 years and nature, with a helping hand from the state, has rebuilt the forest and given hundreds of species of birds, and dozens of other creatures such as black bear, white tailed deer, and bald eagle a place to call home. This is one of the most beautiful places in the area to go looking for the local wildlife. In fact, you should bring the whole family out here every chance you get!