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New Orleans City Park, New Orleans, Louisiana

1 Palm Dr, New Orleans, Louisiana

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  • Visited: 2012-04-01
  • Submitted: 2013-08-20 19:52:12.0
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Storyland is a bit of nostalgia

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Much like our other playground visits, both of my children were ready to leave after about 45 minutes. Bring a bottle of water and maybe even a picnic lunch to eat on the grass outside of Storyland.

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  • Visited: 2013-04-01
  • Submitted: 2013-05-06 12:56:03.0
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A lot to do

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Can be very inexpensive and can spend whole day there

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  • Visited: 2012-02-01
  • Submitted: 2013-01-31 17:21:58.0
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Welcome to the Hive

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Go early for fun outside the arena!

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Submitted by: Kay S.

This is our Central Park.  And although it is not as big, I feel that it has just as much to offer. It is a beautiful, peaceful place where you can fish, bird watch, walk, ride a horse, enjoy an incredible variety of trees, plants, and beautiful flowers, play golf, and participate in a whole host of other sports.  With 1300 acres, you can find almost any activity to suit you. Have kids?  There's a carousel and an amusement park!  It has Storyland to rev up their imaginations, and you can purchase season tickets.  They might want to ride the train through the park or have their birthday parties here.  How about a field trip or go to summer camp? The New Orleans Museum of Art and a sculpture garden will please...

Submitted by: Tarek H.

Probably one of the best parks I have ever visited . It's beautiful and great for families.  I c...

Submitted by: Rebecca R.

Incredibly beautiful.  So many amenities.  Can be romantic, artsy, family friendly or sporty - whatever your heart desir...

Submitted by: rochelle r.

What an amazing park! It is HUGE! Lots of activities, you can easily spend the whole day here and have some time away from the booze and loud  music~ Our experience was AWESOME! FIrst of all we are touring with bike rentals and we got to see way more of the park on our bikes. We went near closing time and missed the Sculpture park, kiddie park (we have ...

Submitted by: Marielle S.

City Park is a fantastic "getaway" in the city, especially when the weather is really nice.  It is really gorgeous and has come a long way since Katrina with the help of local and visiting volunteers. The shady oaks are huge and are perfect for a picnic or for just going somewhere nice to read or enjoy the day.  Th...

Submitted by: Bill W.

If you are visiting for a week or if you live here you must check out City Park. I was there over the weekend for the Rock and Roll Marathon and I just wandered around for a few hours and it is a total oasis! Lots of ...

Submitted by: Elaine M.

I adore this park more than every park I have ever been to in. my. life.  I hibernate when it gets cold but I will leave the confines of my warm cozy cave to go to City Park.  I'm there at least 4 times a week for something or another and have still yet to discover all that it has to offer. What is my most favoritest thing about this place? Well, it's something I'm almost afraid to mention as it's such a hidden extraordinary treasure! But ok, since you are reading my review, I will tell you. It's The Singing Oak Tree! It's a giant oak tree standing alone inside the long cememnt jogging path with I believe about 8 different windchimes, some almost 14 ft tall, tuned to the Pentatonic scale (5 pitches per octav...

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