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City Park

This 1,300 acre park in the heart of New Orleans isn't a dog park, per se, but leashed pets are allowed. The park sustained considerable damage from Hurricane Katrina in 2005, but due to dedicated restoration efforts, the park is open and ready for your visit. Check out great attractions like the Botanical Gardens, a golf driving range, tennis courts, a sculpture garden, Storyland (a fairytale theme park for kids), and a 13 acre full-service horse riding stable. Visit Website

Or call (504) 482-4888 or email info@nocp.org for more information.

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BringFido Guest Rating

City Park has received a rating of 4.5 out of 5 bones by 2 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Gina
    More than a year ago
    Beware of dangers

    City Park is a beautiful and spacious area to bring ur dogs for a great change of scenery and exercise. But please do remember to keep ur curious pet on a leash for two important reasons. One, it's the law, Two, for the safety of ur pet. Coyotes have been spotted quite often in this area and news reports that a handful of small pets that were off leash have been killed by the coyotes. Also, please do not let ur dog cool off in the waters of City Park. Just recently (Oct, 2015) a pet dog narrowly escaped the formidable jaws of a very large alligator who resides, along with several of his comrades, in the waters of City Park. I wouldn't even allow my dog to sneak a drink from the edge of the water in fear of the worst. So please be careful!!! Thank u!!!

  • Caitlin
    More than a year ago
    City Park "Wild"

    City Park runs north to south. The north side of I-10 contains an abandoned golf course (the south side of Filmore, between Marconi and Wisner). Very few people. Lots of space for dogs.

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