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New Orleans Parks

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    Audubon Park

    Home to about 150 oak trees, some of which have stood proudly over the area for more than 250 years, Audubon Park is one of the most beloved greenspaces in New Orleans. Located Uptown, the park stretches from St. Charles Ave, where it faces Tulane and Loyola universities, past Magazine St and to the Mississippi River, where it ends at The Fly behind Audubon Zoo.
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    Lafayette Square

    The New Orleans downtown area welcomes Lafayette Square, a prized greenspace located in the heart of the Central Business District surrounded by towering office buildings and housing complexes. The 2.5-acre park is situated across St. Charles Ave from Gallier Hall, which housed the city government for over 100 years.
     
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    Louis Armstrong Park

    Looking for some lush greenery just steps from the French Quarter? Nestled across N Rampart St, Louis Armstrong Park is greenspace rich in local history and natural charm, perfect for an outdoor outing while visiting New Orleans’ most famous neighborhood.
     
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    City Park

    Established on land donated to the City of New Orleans by John McDonogh, and formerly the site of the Allard Plantation, is another of the crown jewels of New Orleans, City Park. Now a mile wide and three miles long (1,500 acres), it is bounded by City Park Avenue to the south, Robert E. Lee Blvd. to the north, Wisner Blvd. to the east, and Marconi Drive to the west.
     
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    Lafreniere Park

    Located in Metairie just outside New Orleans, Lafreniere Park offers greenery and family fun in the heart of Jefferson Parish. The park hosts several larger events throughout the year, but year round, it is used for public greenspace, sports games, tournaments, and private parties.
     
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    Woldenberg Park

    Nestled at the base of Canal St along the Mississippi Riverfront, Woldenberg Park is an area of picturesque greenspace that offers downtown and French Quarter passersbys a front-row view of the river and ample areas for picnics, events, and sight-seeing. The park’s 16 acres are a hotspot for everything from festivals to popular pathways for joggers and bikers, and Woldenberg Park is filled with sculptures and artwork to complement the riverfront view.