Located over on the beachside peninsula, Logue Tate is a cul-de-sac of family homes located between South Peninsula Drive and the Halifax River. Those with houses on the riverbank have private docks with boathouses. To the north is Pat's Café, a riverfront café with boat docks and a tasty menu. The beach is only a three-block walk that should take the two of you no more than ten minutes!
There are several restaurants nearby. If you need supplies such as groceries and, more importantly, dog food and treats, everything you need is only a few minutes to the west over the bridge and onto Dunlawton Avenue.
There are a few small parks on the beachside, but you have miles of sand to walk on, so maybe a park isn't quite as necessary. Alternatively, there are other green spaces back on the mainland within a short driving distance if you want something besides the dunes to spend time with your dog on.
Living on the beachside means dealing with a fair amount of both rush hour and tourist traffic. While South Peninsula Drive may not be the main road running along the beach, it does serve as a popular option for locals to avoid the heavy traffic on A1A. The only saving grace is that, on the east side of South Peninsula Drive, there is a wide paved sidewalk. Most of the neighboring communities suffer from the same lack of sidewalks.
Being close to Dunlawton also tends to add to the traffic, but again, if you plan your walk times around the busiest hours, you can avoid most of it. Alternatively, you and your pup can walk the single block to the beach on the other side of South Atlantic Avenue. Here, you and your dog can hike for miles in either direction, enjoying the fresh air and sunshine as well as each other's company.
One of the hardest parts of living on the beachside peninsula is the lack of green spaces for you and your dog to play and walk on. There are a few small community parks to the north over in Daytona Beach as well as the Port Orange Causeway Park. Then there's the various parks, nature preserves, and the Tiger Bay Wildlife Management Area all on the mainland.
But let's get back to this side of the Halifax River and talk a little more about the beach! Although it's not green in color, the beach still counts as a green space. The two of you can hike out on that dry, soft sand that sucks at your feet and makes your leg muscles work. Take a break at the end of your outbound leg, go for a dip in the waves to cool off, and use the wet sand at the edge of the surf to gently stroll back to the car.