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More of our favorite parks in NOLA.

Piety St. at Chartres St., New Orleans, LA

Park Hours: 6AM-7:30PM

1.4 mile, 20 acre urban linear park that connects our community and visitors to our riverfront. For visitors looking for fun in New Orleans, visiting Crescent Park should definitely be on your list. This unparalleled public space provides breathtaking views of New Orleans along the Mississippi River. Visitors are able to enjoy native landscaping, bike paths, a dog run and multi-use pavilions for all to enjoy.”

Park Rules

  • No skateboards, motorized vehicles, segways, motorcycles, scooters, glass containers or bottles, littering, heavy equipment or vehicles are permitted in the park.
  • Parking is only permitted in designated areas.
  • No swimming or fishing.
  • No overnight activity.
  • No cooking of any kind.
  • All pets must be leashed at all times while on the park grounds except in dog run area.
  • All pets must be curbed.
  • No entry into Mississippi river, batture or areas beyond fences and guardrails.

835 N. Rampart St., New Orleans, LA 70116

“Dedicated to one of the City’s most celebrated native sons and to the tradition of jazz in the City. The park is located in the Tremé neighborhood, birthplace of many of New Orleans’ most famous jazz musicians. The National Park Service has an active presence in the park.”

700 Elysian Fields Ave., New Orleans, LA 70117

“A favorite neighborhood spot to meet friends, sit in the sun or enjoy the shade of the historic oak trees, walk dogs, and catch the sights and sounds of the Marigny neighborhood. Originally developed as part of the tract of land owned by the Marigny de Mandeville family in the early 1800s, Washington Square Park has been a gathering and meeting place for generations of families.” 

1 Canal St, New Orleans, LA 70130

“16 acres of sprawling green space stretching between the Mississippi River and the historic French Quarter. The riverside jogging path is popular with city dwellers, as are the sculptures and artwork. Don’t be surprised if the sights include a strolling band, impromptu second line or a bustling festival!” 

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