Off-Leash Dog Parks in New Orleans, LA

There are 6 off-leash dog park in New Orleans. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in New Orleans.

Pet Friendly NOLA City Bark
NOLA City Bark NOLA City Bark Dog Park is New Orleans' premier off-leash dog park and includes 4.6 landscaped acres in beautiful City Park with separate play areas for small and big dogs, double entrance gates, water fountains for dogs and humans, shade pavilions, an event lawn, Mutt Mitts for clean-up, on-site restrooms, and a .25-mile walking trail. The property is bounded by Zachary Taylor Drive, Diagonal Drive, and Magnolia Drive. You'll find NOLA City Bark behind Popp Fountain. Permits are required to use the park. If you are visiting the city or have out-of-town guests coming for vacation, you can purchase a temporary pass for one week for $10 or a two-week pass for $15. See Details
Pet Friendly The Dog Levee
The Dog Levee This clean off-leash dog park is a great place for your pet to run and play. See Details
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. See Details
Wisner Dog Park Wisner Dog Park is a small dog run with no separate areas for large and small dogs. There is a play ground and sports field nearby. See Details
Crescent Park Dog Run Downriver “Kickabout” and Dog Run – The Downriver “Kickabout” section of Crescent Park is located between the Piety Wharf and Mazant Street Ramp entrance. It offers open recreation space, a picnic area, and a fenced dog run. In this portion of Crescent Park, the banks of the Mississippi River include a natural river batture ecosystem. See Details
George Washington Carver Playground Park George Washington Carver Playground Park is commonly used as a dog run. It's not particularly secure and not good for escape artists or small dogs. The area contains one large, grassy area that's great for running. See Details
Bonnabel Boat Launch Dog Park This cute little dog park is a great place to bring your pet for some off-leash fun. The park is fully fenced and includes agility equipment. See Details
Lafreniere Bark New 5 acre dog park located on the north side of Lafreniere park. See Details
Kenner Dog Park Dogs are welcome at Kenner Dog Park. This flashy dog park is equipped with top of the range fire hydrants, benches and watering stations. The astroturf is perfect for allowing people and their dogs to play in the dog park rain or shine. The park is divided into three sections for small dogs, large dogs and a shared area. There's even a dog wash station outside. Each park has ample running area, water fountains with doggie dishes, and trees for shade. The park is open Wednesday through Monday from 8am until dusk and Tuesday from 12pm to dusk. See Details
Camellia City Bark Park Camellia City Bark Park is a pet-friendly recreation area in Slidell. The park is home to a separate park for small and large dogs, play pools, shaded retreats, obstacle courses, and it's conveniently located. See Details