Oliver Atlantic City is a small area of homes over on the beachside peninsula of Daytona Beach. The area is spread out between the beach and the Halifax River. Having a home over here is perfect for those who like to dine out or hit the clubs for a night of drinks and dancing. Many of the best places to eat are over on the beachside, as are several of the top nightclubs such as Mai Tai Tiki and the Ocean Deck.
When the time comes to buy your pup some treats or more food, the nearest pet supply stores are over on the mainland side. If you have chosen to live over here on the beachside, you probably love the beach and the great 90 degree weather that embraces the area all summer long. But don't forget, you can visit the beach on almost any day of the year, including Christmas and New Year's!
The terrain here is quite flat and suburban in nature. There are plenty of residential blocks for you and Fido to walk along if you prefer sticking to paved surfaces. Be sure you walk around different blocks each day to keep your strolls interesting. The more "new" territory you can take them for walks around, the happier they are likely to be.
Consider taking your pup to the Lenox Playground from time to time as there is plenty of space to run and play, as long as you keep them on a leash and avoid allowing Fido to run amok on the playground equipment itself.
In the Florida heat, remember that pavement in these sidewalk-heavy residential areas can get fairly hot and uncomfortable for sensitive puppy paws. Keep an eye out for days where the heat is a little too unbearable and opt for cooler grass or indoor activites instead.
The Lenox Playground is the nearest green space for you and your pup to play in. But wait a minute! You live next door to the all 23 miles of Daytona Beach!
The beach is a wonderful place to take your pup out for walks. Use the soft sand for a good workout and then the wet sand for a relaxing walk home. The best time of day to venture out is early in the morning. This way the two of you can run, jog, or walk to your heart's content.
If you and Fido would prefer to walk among the trees, it's only a short drive up N Beach Street to Tomoka State Park. The park is home the remains of an ancient Timucuan Indian Village, one of the last remaining hardwood hammocks where indigo was farmed back in the 19th century. The park offers a nature trail for you to enjoy as you search for the many animals who live nearby.