Kingston Hills lies on the corner of N Clyde Morris Blvd. and Mason Ave. It’s community of mostly single-family homes and one insurance agency. Being out here where things are not quite so busy does come at a cost, however. If you want to eat out, plan to drive to the nearest restaurants. Thankfully, Daytona has an incredible array of restaurants serving foods for practically any tastes.
You are also going to have to drive to find a park for your dog to play in and pet supply stores to keep them well supplied with treats and food. In return for all of this, you get summers with endless days of sunshine and 90-degree weather along with winters that rarely stray below the fifties during the day. It never snows and, more importantly, there are very few days when the two of you can't go for a walk.
The terrain here is flat and lacking in anything that might make your walks even the least bit challenging. But you can walk instead of drive to Derbyshire Park where the two of you can enjoy running around on the grass. Just be sure you keep your pup on a leash.
Just because you don't have hills to make your walks more challenging doesn't mean the two of you can't still get a good workout. Since most of the blocks are laid in a grid, you can create walking routes for each day of the week. Remember to make some short and others long to vary the amount of exercise you get.
If you get up early in the morning while it is still cool outside, you can go for a jog to add even more challenge to your workouts. It's all up to you to decide just how much exercise you are going to get on any given day!
While there may not be much in the way of green space in the immediate area, you do have Derbyshire Park which has several athletic fields and plenty of room for the two of you to run around. Be polite and clean up if Fido goes number two.
Next up is Tuscawilla Park with a huge disc golf course, the Daytona Beach Zipline Adventures, and several acres of woods with trails for you and your pup to enjoy taking walks in the shade on a hot summer day.
If it's a dog park you want, a short drive to the west will take you to the Community Public Dog Park at the Halifax Humane Society. The park offers separate sections for large and small dogs, watering stations for the pups, and plenty of places for you to sit in the shade while your dog runs off and plays with their friends.