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NOLA City Bark
1 Palm Dr. New Orleans, LA 70124
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.
The French Quarter
800 Bourbon St, New Orleans, LA, US, 70116
Take your dog for a stroll along the streets of the Vieux Carre, browse offerings at the market, and share a beignet with your favorite pooch. He'll thank you for it.
Algiers Point - Canal Street Ferry
Canal Street Ferry Terminal, 1 Canal St, New Orleans, LA, US, 70130
The dog-friendly Algiers Point - Canal Street Ferry in New Orleans, LA, brings two- and four-legged passengers back and forth across the Mississippi River. The ferry leaves Algiers Point every 30 minutes on the hour and half hour, and leaves Canal Street every 30 minutes at a quarter until and a quarter after the hour. It takes about 30 minutes from boarding to get to the other side. The ride is for pedestrians and bikers only and costs $2. Dogs ride for free.
Witches Brew Tours
Corner of Conti and Royal Street, New Orleans, LA, US, 70130
This tour is dog friendly. New Orleans’ ONLY French Quarter walking ghost tour that covers 4 topics in 1 tour!! Ghosts, Voodoo, vampires, and witchcraft are covered on the haunted tour.
Haunted History Tours
723 Saint Peter Street, New Orleans, LA, US, 70125
Haunted History Tours in New Orleans offers a variety of daily and nightly dog-friendly tours that will leave you SPELLBOUND! Your dog is welcome to join you.
Woldenberg Riverfront Park
1 Canal St, New Orleans, LA, US, 70130
Woldenberg Riverfront Park is pet friendly. Walk your dog next to the mighty Mississippi at beautiful Woldenberg Park. Enjoy the ships floating by and the interesting sculptures that dot the landscape near the docks.
The Dog Levee
7100 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA, US, 70118
This clean off-leash dog park is a great place for your pet to run and play.
Lucy’s Retired Surfer’s Bar & Restaurant
701 Tchoupitoulas St.
The Warehouse District’s surfer chain, Lucy’s welcomes dogs, inside, outside, and on the patio. Just how welcoming is Lucy’s? It has its own dog menu that comes with a bowl of crushed-ice water. It’s also a late-night haunt with great drinks and tacos, and is on the route of many Mardi Gras parades.
The Rusty Nail
1100 Constance St.
Another Warehouse District dog-friendly spot, The Rusty Nail has massive outdoor space that can accommodate your dog, plus a vast selection of scotch, live music, a popular happy hour, and trivia nights.
610 Tchoupitoulas St.
This is a cutting-edge, self-service bar with 120 wines on tap (the name stands for the Wine Institute of New Orleans), where you can select your own pour in three sizes. The tasting card you’re given serves as your tab. Small plates like hummus and cheese plates complement the wine, and, yes, you can bring your dog.
511 Dumaine St.
Self-described as a “Small Store for Dinky Dogs” Chi-wa-wa Ga-ga targets small pets specifically. The focus is on clothing, accessories and costumes in particular, and there’s a chance that the fanciest costumes the smaller pooches are strutting around in at the Barkus parade came from this store.
633 Toulouse St.
This should be your pit stop if you’re looking for the New Orleans-inspired toys and treats, and Mardi Gras costumes.
1224 Decatur St.
Owned by the same local family that runs the Tahyo Tavern (see above), The Tahyo also supports the Villalobos Rescue Center. Shop for treats, toys, wellness supplies, and t-shirts.
The Algiers Point-Canal Street Ferry
Board at the terminal at the foot of Canal St. by the Aquarium
The Mississippi River cruises don’t allow dogs, but you can still enjoy some time on the river and take in the scenery by riding a no-frills Canal Street commuter ferry, which takes passengers across the Mississippi to Algiers Point. The ferry runs every 15 minutes and will set you back $2. Dogs don’t need to be in a carrier, just on the leash.
Mandeville St. Wharf
Part of the French Market District, Crescent Park is a 1.4-mile, 20-acre urban park that also features a dog run and bike paths. Just take the Moonwalk eastward till the end, then N. Peter St. until you cross into the Marigny, and take the staircase or the elevator to access the park. The dog run is at the opposite end from the entrance.
701 Decatur St.
This timeless landmark is located in the heart of French Quarter. Known since the 18th century as Place d’Armes, it was renamed in honor of Andrew Jackson following the 1815 Battle of New Orleans. Jackson’s bronze statue is the focal point of the square, surrounded by the lavish flora and facing the Mississippi River. Jackson Square is also a host to the open-air artist market and performance space, with local art displayed along the fence. You can have your sketch done, dance to a brass band, or have your fortune told. No dogs are allowed inside the gated area, but the outer part is all yours and your dog’s.
Louis Armstrong Park
701 N. Rampart St.
Located just north of the French Quarter, this historic park is a quiet sanctuary when it’s not hosting a festival. Walk the grassy slopes, feed the ducks, watch the birds and the turtles, and enjoy this welcoming green space with your dog.
Along the Mississippi River in the French Quarter
The almost four-mile stretch along the Mississippi River features public art, scenic views of the boats, excellent people-watching, street performers, and the dog-friendly Woldenberg Park.
Throughout the French Quarter
Many walking tours (history, ghost, culinary, music) that cover the French Quarter and the adjacent Marigny and Tremé would allow dogs to tag along, just ask for permission when you book.