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Dog Areas in Wills Point

The town of Wills Point is situated alongside the Mississippi River. There are several dog-friendly accommodations in Wills Point that are cheaper than the prices of New Orleans, and are quieter by far.

Currently, Wills Point is seeking to become more dog-friendly, but nearby in New Orleans, numerous dog-friendly activities are available for you and your dog to enjoy. In New Orleans, you’ll find 196 restaurants, 11 activities, and 34 services all to offer you and your dog the best time ever.

The hardest part of visiting New Orleans is deciding where to go first. At the local restaurants, you’re sure to find anything your heart desires, from “Na’wlins” cuisine to gourmet pizza. Whether you prefer trying a new dish or sticking to a traditional favorite, the highly-rated restaurants of New Orleans will not disappoint.

Dozens of pet services are also available to your dog in New Orleans. You’ll find six veterinary practices which offer both routine care and emergency treatment in case your dog requires either while you’re here.

New Orleans is less than an hour from Wills Point, and is proud to be extremely dog-friendly. If you are planning a trip to New Orleans, and want to bring your four-legged friend along while saving some money, Wills Point is the pawfect place to stay.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Wills Point

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    Population Density 250/sq mi

    #1 Lake View

    The best way to get from Wills Point to New Orleans is to grab your pup and hit the road via LA-46 and LA-39 South. The Lake View neighborhood can be easily called the green heart of the North New Orleans. The 1,300-acre city park occupies almost all its territory, making it a great place for on-leash walks with your lovely pooch. The park sustained severe damage from Hurricane Katrina, but now is open and welcomes dogs of all sizes and shapes. The place stretches from north to south, and the north side has a huge abandoned golf course with plenty of space for dogs to sniff and explore, and for you to exercise your bud’s agility. On the south side is a conveniently-located, 24-hour coffee house welcoming dog owners for a cup of espresso early in the morning or anytime your friend decides to visit the park.
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    Population Density 668/sq mi

    #2 Audubon

    If you prefer to spend lots of quality time with your bud through off-leash walks where you can explore nature together, you just have to visit the Audubon neighborhood in New Orleans! The Dog Levee area is located right next to the Audubon Park, which is a local attraction with Butterfly Riverview Park, Audubon Zoo, and Park Golf Course around. There are not so many shopping or dining facilities here, but your furry friend will be excited to race and romp on this unfenced, 300-yard stretch of land along the Mississippi River. The locals are usually very friendly, so it makes easier for pups to socialize and have fun together. The park also has a convenient path to the river for those pooches who love swimming and splashing around.
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    Population Density 12/sq mi

    #3 Touro

    If you’re looking for the best place to spend a weekend with your buddy, you should head to the Touro neighborhood in southeast New Orleans to explore the beauty of Wisner Dog Park! The trip from Wills Point will take about an hour, so make sure you have time and your bud is prepared for a long ride! Wisner Dog Park is a small park, but it features two separate areas for large and small dogs. A children’s playground and sports field are conveniently located next to each other, which makes it the pawfect place for an outing the whole family can enjoy. The park has not only a water fountain, but also a hose for the pooches who got a little dirty while playing with their new fur-iends. There is a nice café right across the street and a convenient shopping area on Magazine Street, which is just one street over from the park.
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    Population Density 3/sq mi

    #4 Treme Lafitte

    The Treme-Laffite, a nice central neighborhood just a hop and skip away from the historic French Quarter, is a beautiful place to visit with your pup because of its convenient location right in the heart of New Orleans. It’s close to the most important shopping sites and dining places in the city, and the dogs around just love the Louis Armstrong Park. Your canine friend is allowed in the park free of charge to enjoy some mutts-needed exercise and socialization. Close to nature and history, the place makes socializing and bonding with other pets just as enjoyable and fun as for pet owners as it is for Fido!
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    Population Density 3/sq mi

    #5 West Gate

    Metairie is a moderate-sized city northeast of New Orleans, with a dog-friendly location in the West Gate neighborhood. The place is usually not crowded with no big restaurants or cafes around. But what is prominent about it is a new and spacious (about 5 acres) Lafreniere Bark Dog Park, which is a part of the Lafreniere Park on the north side and a great place for pups and puppies all sizes, shapes, and temperaments. There is plenty of room for dogs to run and romp, chasing each other’s tails and yelping playfully. For your pup’s fun and joy, the park has one big fountain near the entrance and many tubs spread around to fill with water so Fido can splash on a hot day. A nice thing to know for owners is that kids under 10 years old are not allowed in the dog park area, so you won’t have to worry about your bud bumping into a kid while catching the ball you accidentally threw a bit farther than expected.
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