Country Club Harbor is a blended community of apartment buildings, single-family homes, open green spaces, and businesses all sitting along the west bank of the Halifax River. On the other side of US1 and Ridgewood Avenue sits the Daytona Beach Golf Course for those who play.
Living here puts you close to just about everything in town. There are plenty of restaurants to choose from both the mainland side of town and over on the beachside. If you like the nightlife, the Ocean Deck is the place to be with dancing under the stars.
If you are into surfing, the water here is nice and warm all summer long with plenty of waves to catch. Your dog is sure to enjoy the fact you can take them for long walks on just about any day of the year, even in January when daytime temperatures are in the upper forties or lower fifties.
Those who live in Daytona Beach don't do so for the rugged terrain as you certainly won't find it here. What you will find, however, are miles of suburban streets to walk along, endless blocks of both residential and commercial areas to explore, and the sandy expanse of the beach.
When life hands you lemons, you make lemonade! When the city hands you flat ground, you make them work for you instead of against you. In this case, you can do things with your dog like do block challenges to see how many you can cover in one walk or find new areas of town within walking distance to explore! Your pup surely won't mind when you take them to new areas to explore.
Variety is the spice of life and the more variety you can build into each walk, the more both of you are going to enjoy getting out and about every day!
Living in Country Club Harbor puts you on the riverside where a short walk will take you to an island just offshore. Here, you and your pup can run around to your heart's content. The terrain is a mix of sand and scrub, perfect for a little exercise.
You are also next door to Bethune Point Park where there is plenty of manicured grass to romp around on, if you prefer. Living here puts you within reach of several state parks and forests, each of which has something a little different to offer. To the south is Smyrna Dunes Park with 73 acres of sand dunes and scrub. To the north, it's Bulow Creek and Tomoka State Parks with 18,000 acres of trails, hardwood hammocks, and more to explore.
To the west are the 30,000 acres of the Tiger Bay State Forest and Tiger Bay Wildlife Management Area with miles of trails running throughout the entire WMA.