Townhomes West Port Orange is a large townhome community on South Clyde Morris Boulevard, close to Beville Road and across from Crystal Lake and the Atlantic High School. The community sits to the east of a vast expanse of woods and has a small lake for you and your dog to take your daily walks around.
Being this close to Beville Road means having access to a Walmart and Sam’s Club where you can buy everything your family is likely to need from cereal to toilet paper. You will also find a good selection of dog foods both wet and dry along with treats and toys.
In addition to the woods to the west, there are several other parks and nature preserves in the nearby area within a short drive. As an added bonus, you and your pup can be on the beach in less than fifteen minutes, even when the traffic is heavy.
Only one main road running through the neighborhood along with several parking lots is where you can expect to see some traffic during rush hours. South Clyde Morris Boulevard is a bustling thoroughfare from early in the morning until late at night. While there is a sidewalk running along South Clyde Morris, unless your dog is used to heavy traffic and the associated noise, you may want to contain your daily strolls to the woods or surrounding neighborhoods where it is much safer.
The ground is quite flat and has very little to offer you and your dog in terms of hills. But you can use the trails in the woods to hike in the shade or take your strolls in the surrounding communities which will add distance to replace the missing inclines. By adding more length to your hikes, you will still be getting plenty of exercise.
Directly to the west is a large copse of trees that runs south for several blocks. There are plenty of trails for you and your pup to explore under the dense shade of the trees. It’s a great place to go for walks during the summer when the sun is beating down from above.
If you and your pooch feel like walking on the sand, the beach is only a few minutes to the east. Here, you and your pooch can go for long walks in the soft sand for a great workout, use the wet sand for a gentle stroll, and use the Atlantic waves to cool off.
If you are up for a twenty-minute drive to the west, your journey will take you and your pup out to the Tiger Bay State Forest which is part of the 30,000-acre Tiger Bay Wildlife Management Area. The two of you will find miles of trails to hike that will take you deep into the WMA.