Lindenwood, like the majority of New York, has seasonal weather. The summers can be quite humid and hot while the winters can bring heavy snowfall, chilly winds, and colder days. The spring and autumn are a bit more mild, but you will still distinctly experience them.
The borders of Lindenwood include South Conduit Avenue to the northeast, Belt Parkway to the south, and 78th Street and Ruby Street to the west. Linden Boulevard, located in the northern tip of this neighborhood, is another major roadway that pedestrians and dog walkers may want to avoid during high-traffic times of the day.
Other nearby parks include Tudor Park, Vito Locascio Field, Centreville Playground, Cypress Hills Playground, Robert E. Venable Park, and City Line Park. Most of these are smaller, residential parks with playgrounds and a few benches. While there are no off-leash areas or dog parks in the immediate area, Forest Park Dog Run and the Forest Park Off-Leash Area are located three miles to the north of Lindenwood.