Fun fact: Ozone Park is also home to Jack Kerouac's home! Kerouac was a prominent poet and novelist and is best known for his novel On the Road.
Ozone Park, like any area in the greater New York City area, experiences all four seasons. Winters are wet, cold, and you will likely experience plenty of snowfall! Summers are hot and humid, so you may see some afternoon showers in the area.
The boundaries of Ozone Park include Atlantic Avenue to the northwest, 106th and 100th Streets to the east, South Conduit Avenue to the south, and 75th and Drew Streets to the west.
There are also two large cemeteries in Ozone Park: Bayside Cemetery and Acacia Cemetery. Dogs, however, are not welcome, so be sure to steer clear of these spaces!
Ozone Park is incredibly close to a national recreation area, as designated by the U.S. National Park Service. The Gateway National Recreation Area is a 27,000-acre park. Pets are allowed in some areas of this park, so please do your research before venturing out on an adventure! Where pets are allowed, they must be on no longer than a six-foot leash at all times. The closest part of Gateway National Recreation Area to Ozone Park is Spring Creek Park and Charles Memorial Park.