The Bayside Business Park Condo is set in a small business park on Commonwealth Drive. While most of your immediate neighbors are small businesses and a large towing company, after regular business hours, it gets a lot quieter here. The saving grace to having neighbors like this is that you live next door to Buschman Park and the Margaret Buschman Parcel, large parks where you and your dog are welcome.
Living here puts you within a five to ten-minute drive of the many shops and places to eat at the intersection of South Nova Road and Dunlawton Avenue. If you head west towards I-95, there are grocery stores and places to buy pet supplies. You will also come across many more chain and family-owned places to take your family out for a meal.
The two parks to the north offer a place to go every day, but you are only a few minutes from the local dog park and the beach.
The terrain here is a bit of a mix. To the north are the trees, lake, and grass of the parks. To the south and immediate west are businesses and light commercial activity. From early in the morning as rush hour kicks in, the traffic around here stays pretty busy on the main roads.
Those neighborhoods on the other side of Spruce Creek Road have sidewalks for you and your dog to use instead of walking on the streets. These are safe places for the two of you to go for your daily walks, but consider using a short leash for added safety and protection. You should also be aware that, because your neighbors are businesses that have customers coming in and out all day long, it's up to you to keep an eye out as you walk your dog past the parking lots and out to where you can start your walk.
On your northern doorstep is Buschman Park, a large park with a playground, lots of shade trees, and a lake complete with paved pathway. Attached to the park is the Margaret Buschman Parcel which adds more shade trees to the park for you and your dog to explore, while at the same time creating a buffer zone between your condos and the Port Orange Business Park.
A little over two miles to the south on Spruce Creek Road is the Seemore Memorial Park. The park is large and offers two separate sections for large and small breeds, keeping them separate for everyone's safety. Each area has a water fountain for the dogs along with plenty of shade. The park also offers benches for you to relax on while your pup goes out off-leash and has a good time playing with the other local pups.