Spring, summer, and fall tend to be the best seasons in this area for walking outside, although all three are subject to variable weather conditions. Spring is sometimes rainy while summer is often pleasant unless the humidity rises. In the case of sweltering weather, check surfaces such as concrete and pavement to make sure they are not too hot. Fall is generally pleasant with comfortable temperatures while winter is difficult for walking due to the likelihood of heavy snows, winds, and low temperatures. Wear clothing appropriate to the weather so you remain comfortable while walking.
There are few green spaces available in LaSalle, so be aware that the majority of your walking will be done either in residential neighborhoods or along the busy roads. Wear bright, reflective clothing whenever possible and enjoy the walk through this historic Western New York neighborhood.
Just across the road is Shoshone Park. Again, family amenities are available, as are benches for sitting and a walking path that directly connects Shoshone with the North Buffalo Rails to Trails path. Plenty of trees and shade are available.
To the east of LaSalle is a small neighborhood park called Roosevelt Park. Smaller than the previously mentioned parks, Roosevelt is used for athletics, however, there is a wonderfu tree-lined section at the rear near the expressway. It might make for a loud walk, but it will be a shady one.