Chadwick Townhomes sit on Madison Avenue, practically midway between North Atlantic Avenue and Ridgewood Avenue. The units are planted on a heavily shaded lot in an area of town where there is a mix of apartments, condos, townhouses, and single-family homes. Many of those who live in the area are permanent residents, but there is also a large contingent of temporary residents and tourists who come for very short periods.
For your convenience, there is a small local grocery store three blocks to the west and next door to the bowling alley. You and your pup are also within walking distance of the Cape Canaveral Baseball Park, City Center Park, Sandpiper Park complex that covers an entire block.
However, if you need to do some serious shopping, it's only a few minutes south to the West Cocoa Beach Causeway where you will find the central shopping area in town, along with a large number of stores that you can visit whenever you need a few things!
Living this deep into a residential community helps to shield you and your pup from most of the bustling traffic in town. Of course, you will still have to deal with the morning and evening rush hour traffic. However, between these times, the neighborhood tends to be reasonably quiet which helps make taking your pooch out for a walk a lot more pleasant. There are sidewalks with grass berms on most blocks for the of you to make use of and the terrain lacks any large hills to make it too difficult to stroll.
Your dog is sure to appreciate being able to walk on the grass as it's much easier on their paws pads. When the summer rolls in, the cement can become hot enough to cause serious burns! The only other obstacle would be any of the wandering pedestrians in the area if your pup is particularly skittish or nervous.
Almost all public parks in Cape Canaveral are open to dogs and have waste bag dispensers and receptacles for you to use. Be sure you do as doing so is not only the right thing to do, but if you get caught not doing so, you will be fined! There are several parks in town with the nearest being one block south on Magnolia Avenue. Here, you and your dog will find Cape Canaveral Baseball Park, City Center Park, and Sandpiper Park, all of which combine to cover an entire city block.
For those who have energetic pups, the nearest dog park is down in Cocoa Beach. The Cocoa Beach Public Dog Park has two large areas for large and small dogs to enjoy with plenty of shade. There are water hoses for the pups and chairs for you to relax on while your dog runs off and plays with the others. From here, the two of you can also go for long walks on the beach!