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Audubon Park - St. Charles & Walnut Aves., 861-2537 – Oak forested park features playground; golf; biking  and jogging paved track. View of the Mississippi River and the Zoo/Aquarium cruise dock. Park closes at 11 p.m. (Audubon Park and Audubon Zoo are located in Uptown New Orleans easily accessible using the St. Charles Avenue Streetcar Line)

City Park - Orleans and City Park Aves., 482-4888 - Oak covered park features the Carousel Gardens (amusement rides), Botanical Gardens, Storyland (depicting children’s fairy tales), railroad train, golfing, fishing, sculptures, lagoons and more.

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Storyland in New Orleans City Park

Fair Grounds Race Course  1751 Gentilly Blvd., 944-5515  Horse Racing Thanksgiving Day-March 31 at this thoroughbred track; it hosts Jazz Festival and other special events in the off-season. Call for race times.

Lafreniere Park - 3000 Downs Blvd., Metairie, 838-4389 - A suburban park featuring picnic areas, paddleboats and fishing, and the "Tot Lot" playground. Park closes at 10 p.m.  nightly.

Lakeshore Park - Lakeshore Drive Green along the Lake Pontchartrain shore.  Features seawall, picnic areas and playgrounds.

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