Fountainebleau Circle consists of a small selection of single-family homes over on Daytona's beachside alongside the Halifax River. This is one of the wider segments of the peninsula as there are five blocks to the beach, but even at that, it's only a short walk to the coastline and the beautiful white sands.
You're also close to the Peabody Auditorium where you might see such acts as Mannheim Steamroller and the Jersey Boys, to name a few. It is a regular concert venue for the city. It also puts you within a short walk or drive of several of the finest restaurants in town. If you like to dance the night away, you will find some of the best nightclubs along the Boardwalk and the surrounding beachside area.
If the nightlife doesn’t appeal, then perhaps the 90-degree weather all summer long will appeal to your need for sunshine and plenty of time to spend on the sand.
As you might expect, living on the peninsula means dealing with flat terrain that is relatively suburban in nature. Luckily, there are plenty of blocks for the two of you to wander around. The best thing you can do is to try going around different blocks each day or perhaps to take them in different directions in each time. The idea behind this is to make sure your pup has something different to smell each time you go out for your daily walks.
Keep in mind that during the summer months in this area, the concrete and tarmac surfaces can reach temperatures in the range of 135°F. At temperatures such as these, the pads on your pup's paws can be burned before they get a chance to really walk. During this season, you should be taking them out early in the morning before the sun comes out to cause the surfaces to heat up.
Living in Fountainebleau puts you in a bit of a green space wasteland, but when you have the World's Most Famous Beach a ten-minute walk to the east, maybe you don't need much in the way of grass!
The beach is an outstanding place for you and your dog to go walking. It offers the challenge of walking on the soft sand and the wet, sandy terrain closer to the water that is much easier to walk on while getting fresh air.
If you still want a little grass for Fido to run around on, it's only a short drive to the Lenox Playground on S Grandview Ave. This park offers sports fields that give you and your pup lots of room, but be sure you keep them on his leash. It is also required and take bags with you, just in case they need a little cleaning up after!