Indigo Point Condo is located in the Indigo Pines community on US 92 right next to the Daytona International Speedway. Living here puts you within driving distance of the track, Volusia Mall, Halifax Health Medical Center, a fabulous selection of the top restaurants in town, and the beach!
Indigo Point is surrounded by the Indigo Pines Golf Course, but this is not somewhere for you and Fido to go walking as most players won't appreciate it if their next shot has to be taken using a pile of dog doo for a tee!
If you happen to be a sun worshipper, you are going to love the endless sunshine and 90-degree weather all summer long. Even the winters here are mild enough for you and your pup to go for walks with January daytime temperatures hovering in the upper 40s and lower 50s before February comes along and starts warming things back up.
The terrain here is relatively flat, with the exception of the golf course. This leaves you having to take your walks around the various neighborhoods to get in your exercise. If you want to make the most of this type of terrain, you and Fido will have to take your walks around different sections of Indigo Pines each day. It may not be much in the way of variety, but even a little change in the things they get to sniff at will make for a much happier pup!
Like anywhere else in the Greater Daytona Area, be aware of the daily temperatures. When the outside temperature reaches 75°F, the pavement can be over 120°F, which will burn sensitive paws. In addition, at temperatures this high, Fido is susceptible to heat stroke. To avoid both of these problems, you should take your walks early in the morning before things have time to heat up.
Indigo Pines Condo is surrounded by green space in the form of the golf course. But in order to find somewhere for your pup to enjoy playing in a little shade, it's going to be a bit of a drive.
The nearest dog park is the Community Dog Park at the Halifax Humane Society. This dog park offers fenced-in areas for small dogs and large dogs with water fountains in both of them. There is plenty of shade for you to relax under while your pup goes off and plays with the rest of the dogs in the park.
If you want more space, the Tiger Bay Wildlife Management covers more than 30,000 acres and has miles of trails for the two of you to use. The trails will take you all over the park where you can search for whitetail deer, brown bears, bald eagles, and many other creatures who call the WMA home.