Ruhwadel Kingston is a mixed community consisting of single-family homes and small commercial operation near Mason Avenue with bridges taking you over to beachside. For those of you into fast food, there are several restaurants close by, but if you want something more along the lines of fine dining, there are plenty of choices in the Daytona Beach area. If you're into the club scene, start with the Ocean Deck over on the beachside and then try several of the other nightclubs to be found up and down A1A.
There is not much in the way of dog parks in the area, but if you don't mind driving, you can find green spaces to take your pup out to.
During the summer when daytime highs are in the 90 to 100-degree range, be sure you take your dog out for their walks early in the morning while the world is still cool and comfortable.
The terrain is a blend of residential and commercial slapped onto flat ground. Fortunately, someone thought to put sidewalks in for you and your pup to make use of. Flat ground may not seem like it could possibly provide you or your dog with enough of a challenge to make your walks more interesting. It is true that, by itself, flat ground may not present much of a test of leg strength, but if you make your walks longer and take it at different speeds, you can make each walk as fun and exciting as you want it to be. It's all about being creative and being willing to step outside the box.
Alternatively, there is a riverside park just past the Main St. Bridge with a walking trail and a boardwalk that will take both of you out to the island where you and your pup will find plenty of room to run around and play.
Beyond the riverside park and island, if you want wide open space for the two of you to walk or jog in, you need to head over to the beach. There are 23 miles of coastline accounted for in the greater Daytona Beach area.
The beach offers you and your dog a real challenge in the soft, dry sand. It will work your leg muscles and lungs but keep in mind that the sand can become hot enough to cause burns in the summer months. Once you hit the outbound end of your walk, walk on the edge of the surf all the way back home. Walking is much easier here and you have the water to cool your feet and Fido's paws off. Not to mention that your pup can and probably will have a blast playing in the surf and chasing the waves as they swish back out to sea!