Eastwick offers a mix of city blocks and natural scenery because of the bordering wildlife refuge. You can find a little bit of both during your walk in the neighborhood. This also comes in handy when hot and humid days make the sidewalk too hot for your pup's paws because you can, instead, spend your time in one of Eastwick's parks. Still, check the forecast before heading out. Avoid snowy and icy days in the winter by going out during a sunny afternoon.
As the airport is just below Eastwick, there are several very busy roads in the neighborhood. Island Avenue, Bartram Avenue, and Lindbergh Boulevard, to name a few, feature multiple lanes of traffic and, in some parts, narrow sidewalks. While these roads are easily avoidable during a walk in Eastwick, you might need to cross them. If you find yourself there, keep your pet on a tight leash and use extreme caution when crossing the road.
While there aren't any dog parks nearby, the neighborhood has several public parks where pets are welcome on a leash. Suffolk and Eastwick Parks are expansive greenways with walking paths away from the roads near shady trees. You'll find places to sit and rest for a moment as well. Across from Suffolk Park is a small neighborhood of duplex homes that feature walking areas with grassy lawns.