Daytona Resort Club Park is a small condominium resort located on Silver Beach Ave. just off A1A and the beach. The condo also includes its own pool, hot tub, shuffleboard court, and at least a small amount of grass to use.
Living on the beachside opens up a world of excellent places to eat. If you want seafood, steak, pizza, or fine dining, you can find all of these and more all along the beachfront. But if you want dog parks or pet supplies, you will have to drive to find them.
There are so many advantages to living here ranging from a fantastic selection of bars to being right on the ocean where you can enjoy the summer heat with temperatures in the 90s. Of course, when the Nor'easters are blowing snow and sub-zero weather up north, you can also sit back and chuckle while you look at a thermometer that rarely drops out of the upper 40s, even in January.
The terrain around the Daytona Resort Club Park is paved and not the best place to take your dog walking. But this doesn't mean you shouldn't get out there and go for walks every day. If you prefer to stick to paved surfaces, then the best you can do is choose which blocks you are going to walk around each day. Try to pick different paths each time you venture out. This will help keep your strolls a little more interesting than sticking to the same pattern.
Remember that your dog does more exploring with their nose than their eyes. Even they are going to become bored if you go the same way every day. Where possible, use the sidewalks. Where there aren't any, be sure you wear light-colored clothing and walk against traffic. This will give you the best chance of being seen by motorists in this busy area of town.
Living here doesn't exactly come with much in the way of green space. That is, unless you consider the beach to be green space. The beach runs for miles in either direction and offers you and your dog the perfect place to get in a little healthy exercise.
You can use the soft sand on the way out to give your muscles a thorough workout. Then when you have reached the furthest end of your walk, you can use the wet, hard sand on the way back. While this is not as hard as walking in the soft sand, it will still give your legs a workout while you walk along and play in the surf.
If you prefer something a little greener, you need to head over to the mainland and cruise up to the Tomoka State Park. Not only are there miles of trails, but there are hundreds of birds to look for which make the park their home.