There are plenty of very large mature trees and landscaping, making this area a beautiful shady place to walk your dog on a hot summer day, and there are lots of those! In July, the average temperature in Panama City is 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Having all those tree-lined lanes to walk through will keep you and your canine cool on those hot summer days, but don't forget to take along water and protection for paws on pavement, if necessary. Winters are fairly mild and short, and you will be able to enjoy walking your dog all year round in this Florida neighborhood.
Bonita Avenue Relocation features so much mature landscaping, and large trees, it feels like a park! A walk down any of the densely foliaged lanes will provide lots of shade and lots of lush green sights. With plenty of gardens and trees, there are plenty of interesting small critters, foliage, sights, and sounds for your dog to investigate and take in, which will keep him interested on his excursions.
A large elementary school also provides some greenspace and park area. There are, however, developed parks nearby, including Lannie Rowe Park, on the east side of the neighborhood. This lighted park features a boardwalk from which to view the local Florida wetlands and associated flora and fauna. Al Helms dog park is a short drive away and allows off-leash exercise. This well-maintained park features separate areas for large and small dogs and facilities for dog owners to dispose of waste.