Talk about a room with a view! Living near the Fairfield Daytona Beach at the Oceanwalk Condo offers spectacular views of the ocean and the city skyline. You can get up in the morning to the sight of the sun rising out of the ocean and then follow it up with watching it set behind the Daytona Beach city skyline.
For those of you who prefer to dine out, there are plenty of great restaurants nearby for you to choose from. The same applies to nightclubs as the beachside is home to several of the city's top-rated, some of which are along the coast and have decks that lead right out onto the sand. Imagine being able to dance the night away under the stars or being able to take your pup out for a walk along the water under a canopy of stars with the cool breezes coming in off the ocean!
Living in these condos offers you a chance to take your pup out walking on multiple types of terrain. To the west, you have multiple residential neighborhoods with plenty of sidewalks for the two of you to go walking on. You can use them for walks if you want to stick to paved surfaces. Just be sure you keep an eye on Fido's paws as rough sidewalks or roadways can cause discomfort from time to time.
The alternative is the beach where the two of you can make good use of the soft sand to give your leg muscles a good workout. Just keep in mind that no matter how far you walk, you will always have to walk back! Go only as far as you know you can handle. When you reach the end of the outbound leg of your journey, use the wet sand to help make your walk a little easier!
Tomoka State Park was once the site of a large Timucuan Indian village. They built their village at the headwaters of the Tomoka River where they found the waters teeming with fish. Archeologists date the village to approximately 1,500 years ago. You and your pup can hike the one-half mile long nature trail back to the village. It's a nice hike in the shade of the deep hardwood hammocks found in the area!
Just up the road is another great place to hang out with your dog called Bulow Creek State Park. This park sits on the site of the former Bulow Plantation, destroyed in the Second Seminole War in 1836. Today, it is a beautiful place for you, your dog, and the rest of your family to go for hikes in the shade. You never know if you might see a bald eagle or a black bear along the way!