The Seminole Country Club Apartments are located between the Daytona Beach Golf Club and the Halifax River. This is a small two-story apartment complex in an ideal location for those who love the beach, like to go out to eat, shop, go clubbing, or simply relax at home. For those who like to golf, the Daytona Beach Golf course is only a couple of blocks away. There is also an excellent selection of restaurants located all over the area. Across the street, there is an island out in the Halifax River where you and your pup can play.
Summers here are amazing with weeks of endless sunshine and temperatures in the 90s, but the winters are pretty comfortable with temperatures ranging from the upper 40s into the 50s and 60s. There aren't many days where you and your dog won't feel comfortable going for a walk at some point in the day.
The apartment complex sits right across the street from the Halifax River in an area that is a mix of multifamily residences and small businesses. What might surprise you is the amount of open non-paved terrain there is for the two of you to play and walk on within walking distance.
This location is rather unique in the area because of the small island sitting just offshore with a walkway to it. You can use the sidewalks for short walks and to get out to the island where the terrain is a mix of scrub, coast, and large open spaces to play on.
To get the most out of your walks, the two of you should try mixing them up by taking the sidewalks on some days and going out to the island on others. It's not really an island but a spit of land jutting out in the river. However, from the air, it looks more like an island!
We've already covered the only real green space within walking distance. A little further to the north lies Bethune Point Park, a large sports complex with some areas of grass you might be able to walk Fido on as long as you keep them on a leash and carry bags.
There is the golf course, but in most cases, dogs are not welcome for obvious reasons. However, if you don't mind taking a drive, you can head west on LPGA Blvd. until you reach the Tiger Bay Wildlife Management Area and Tiger Bay Forest. Here, you and Fido can spend hours exploring the miles of trails running through over 30,000 acres of cypress swamps, pine-palmettos, and dense forest. Take your time and keep a close eye on what's going on around you. You never know what kinds of wildlife you might run into such as black bears, whitetail deer, wild turkeys, and many others.