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The census-designated place of Meraux, Louisiana is situated along the Mississippi River in St. Bernard's Parish. It's part of the New Orleans Metropolitan Area, and features many beautiful and affordable homes and calm riverside views. While you're here, be sure to check out Mereaux Foundation Living History Commemorative Park. This park hosts annual re-enactments of the Battle of New Orleans, and is expected to draw many tourists to the area. Fido is welcome to join you here, as long as he remains on-leash. If your pup is startled by loud noises, you might not want to visit during the re-enactment.
New Orleans, which is pawsitively packed with dog-friendly fun, is only about twelve miles away. This is where you will find Sankofa Nature Trail and Wetland Park. Walk your dog on the trails here and marvel at the many local species of flora and fauna you'll see, as well as the diverse landscapes. Just keep your dog on a leash and be aware of your surroundings -- alligators have been sighted here! This is an exciting environment for the whole family to come and explore!
At NOLA City Bark Park, just twelve miles from Meraux, you will find everything you and your dog need to have a great day. This is the perfect place to meet with friends or make some new ones. There are over four acres to explore here. The park even provides mutt mitts for you to clean up after your dog. Water fountains for dogs and people are also available, so all you have to bring is plenty of energy to play the day away! This park is located within New Orleans City Park, which welcomes leashed dogs to explore the grounds. Please note that you'll need to obtain a permit before playing at the dog park.
Crescent Park Dog Run is the place to bring your dog to play if you are looking for an off-leash dog park that doesn't get too crowded. This park is located right on the Mississippi River so you and Fido have some unique terrain to explore. Bring your own water and make sure you have doggie waste bags to clean up after your dog. This is a quiet dog park that's pawpular with the locals, who like to meet here for doggie play dates. It's part of Crescent Park, which also offers some picnic sites and trails that welcome leashed dogs. Don't forget to bring your smartphone -- you'll want to snap a photo of NOLA's skyline from this park!
If you're in New Orleans, you'd be barking mad to miss out on a ghost tour of the city's eerie historic district. The best part about Ghost City Tours is it allows leashed dogs to keep their owners calm as they walk the historic district and learn all about the significance of the area. You can take an early, family-friendly tour, or go for a late night, adults-only tour. Dogs must be leashed and well-behaved at all times, and it's your responsibility to pick up after your pooch. Dogs aren't allowed on certain tours, so be sure to check the tour company's website when planning your visit.
Wisner Dog Park in New Orleans is a nice spot to get away for just a little bit. This isn't the biggest dog park, but it has a large, open area where you can let your dog off her leash so that she can play for a while. You'll almost always find other dogs for your pooch to play with here, so be prepared to make some new furry friends! The park provides clean drinking water, but you'll need to bring a collapsible bowl with you. There are also plenty of trash cans, but no mutt mitts or doggie waste bags, so remember to bring some with you.
The Dog Levee is located at the Mississippi Levee. It is not an official off-leash area because there are no fences to keep your dog in. However, the locals do bring their dogs here for a great game of fetch, so your pooch is bound to have a furrific time playing here. You will need to bring your own water, doggie waste bags, and toys. It is usually pretty busy, so be prepared to meet other pet parents and dogs. The Dog Levee is located in the bustling Audobon neighborhood, which is also home to Audobon Park and Audobon Zoo.
New Orleans historic French Quarter is home to so many dog-friendly places that you and Fido won't know where go first! Might we suggest something a little out of the ordinary? Check out Cafe Lafitte in Exile, one of the most historic gay bars in New Orleans. It is an exciting place to be! This hip spot is open 24/7 so you can wet your whistle any time you like. Your dog is more than welcome to come with you to grab a drink. The menu is probably one of the most affordable in the area. Grab a patio seat so that you don't miss any of the excitement. Please keep your dog on a leash. Remember that it is a public place that gets loud and crowded. You won't want your dog to get overwhelmed.
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