Morris Park, located in the greater New York City area, experiences all four distinct seasons. Winters can be long, cold, windy and wet with plenty of snowfall and icy days. Summers are rather humid with plenty of sunshine and high temperatures.
The boundaries of Morris Park include Pelham Parkway South to the north, Marconi Street to the east, Sacket Avenue to the south, and Bronxdale Avenue and Esplanade Avenue to the west. Along with these streets, the neighborhood is bordered on the northwest, east, and south by New York City Subway rails. Neill Avenue, Morris Park Avenue, and Stillwell Avenue are other major roadways through Morris Park. Additionally, areas around the medical campuses may have more traffic that pedestrians should try to avoid.
Two miles to the east, you will find Pelham Bay Park, the largest park in New York City. It's three times the size of the Big Apple's famous Central Park! Pelham Bay Park has general recreation areas, basketball, bocce, handball, and tennis courts, a golf course, football and baseball fields, playgrounds, and horseback, hiking, and walking trails! Thankfully, this park has dog-friendly areas.
Three miles to the south, you will find the Soundview Park Dog Run if Fido needs some extra exercise.