The Audubon Louisiana Nature Center in New Orleans East is a haven for nature lovers. The center has been renovated after Hurricane Katrina.
The Couturie Forest is a nature preserve located in City Park. The forest features waterways, native trees and diverse birds and wildlife.
This site has restrooms and a picnic pavilion, and is the most popular access point on the refuge.
New Orleans City Park is the largest urban green space in New Orleans and a popular tourist destination.
The Uptown park around Audubon Zoo is a large and well-maintained park with many attractions like her Audubon Trail Golf Course and Audubon Zoo.
The 320-acre Louis Armstrong Park is home to historic Congo Square and hosts concerts, films, and other events.
Modern lodging offering a restaurant & a wine bar, plus an outdoor pool & an exercise room.
The Audubon Nature Institute is a ten-museum complex in New Orleans, Louisiana that offers educational experiences.
High-rise hotel with an outdoor pool & on-site dining, plus free WiFi & parking.