Toronto Park is a tiny residential neighborhood in an industrial setting. To the south, there are other communities and, to the north, there are several large businesses keeping the traffic flowing around the area.
At the same time, you're close to a wide selection of great local and chain restaurants. You're also within driving distance of some of the finest eateries in town. However, beyond Live Oak Park, it will be a bit of a drive to a park where you and your pup can play together. You can, of course, drive to the beach or any of the several large forests and parks in the area for more space to play.
The good news is that the climate in Daytona stays walkable all year round with warm weather in the summer and mild temperatures in the winter. Beyond a fair amount of rain and maybe the odd hurricane, living here is a little like being in paradise.
The terrain in and around Toronto Park is relatively flat and paved. It's perfect if your pooch is a little pudgeball as you can start with short walks and slowly work your way up to longer ones as they shed the pounds. If your pup happens to be an older hound with arthritis, this type of ground is ideal as it won't put stress on their joints. It can allow them to walk further for longer.
Level ground is also good for teaching a young pup to walk on the leash with you, allowing the two of you to go further and to places you might otherwise be restricted from.
To make your walks around the neighborhood more interesting, you can try to go different directions and take a variety of routes. Anything you can do to keep your walks fresh and interesting is sure to keep your pup well invested in their daily strolls.
The nearest green space is Live Oak Park, located diagonally across the street to the southwest. The park is mostly a large area of grass with a few shade trees, but it will give you and your pup plenty of grass to run around on. Be sure they stay on a leash and that you clean up after them!
If you are looking for small parks in the nearby area, there is Cypress Park which is similar to Live Oak or the Samuel L. Butts Archeological Park where you can go walking around the lakes. There is also Tuscawilla Park, a 65-pin disc golf course with three tees per hole, multiple nature paths, a playground, a picnic area, and lots of room for you and your four-legged friend to play around in. It's a great place to bring the whole family for a day out at the park in the sunshine and fresh air.