The Jesters compete in the Mid-South Division of the United Soccer League's Premier Development League. Come watch the world's most popular sport at City Park's Pan-American Stadium during their season from the end of May through the middle of July.
Good seats are always available in the Smoothie King Center, for a fun-filled evening, a New Orleans Pelicans game is hard to beat. During timeouts and halftime the action is full of excitement with skilled gymnasts, shooting contests, and team cheers led by mascot Pierre T. Pelican.
Are you ready for some football?! Watch the New Orleans Saints work to dominate the NFL and come home to the Superdome with the Vince Lombardi Trophy once more. Sport your black and gold, and be ready to yell "Who dat say dey gonna beat dem Saints?!"
The VooDoo play in the South Division of the AFL's American Conference. Their season runs from mid-March through the end of July come watch them take the field at the Smoothie King Center.
The New Orleans Zephyrs is a minor league team that has been in action for over 100 years. The sports team arrived in New Orleans in 1993, bringing the tradition of baseball to the Crescent City. Enjoy America's favorite pastime by watching the New Orleans Zephyrs take on the competition at Zephyr Field.
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View New Orleans from the ground with Big Easy Bike Tours. You'll take a recreational ride through the French Quarter and see places like Jackson Square, the Holocaust Memorial, Cafe Du Monde, the French Market and more. Other branches of the tour explore the Treme neighborhood, Lake Pontchartrain, St. Louis Cemetary #3, Canal Street, Bayou St. John, the Garden District and more.
Let the people at Confederacy of Cruisers show you around New Orleans. The tour guides are experts on the Crescent City and are ready to share its most unique sights with you, through old neighborhoods and the heart of local culture. Tour options include a Culinary Biking Tour and a History of Drinking in New Orleans tour - be sure to bring your appetite for food and recreation to both.
Couturie Forest is the perfect place to escape from the city without ever leaving town! Combined with Scout Island, the 60-acre Couturie Forest is a nature-lover’s haven filled with native trees, scenic waterways, and fascinating wildlife — all in the heart of the New Orleans.
The Jean Lafitte National Historic Park & Preserve is an outdoor destination comprised of six separate parks that serve as specific examples of the natural and cultural resources of Louisiana's Mississippi River Delta region. Visit the park's visitors center and headquarters in the historic French Quarter to get the scoop on New Orleans history and the cultures in the region.
Let the experienced guides at 1Chasing Tail Charters take you out on the Gulf waters for your next big catch. They know all the best spots around places like the Biloxi Marsh, Mississippi Sound, Chandeleur Sound, Lake Borgne and Lake Pontchartrain to catch fish like speckled trout, redfish, flounder and more on your fishing recreation adventure.
Hunt and fish the waters around New Orleans like an expert with the services of Fin & Feather Guides. They will lead you to all the best hunting spots overrun with deer, duck and other waterfowl. If you prefer to fish the waters, rather than hunt them, you'll be catching flounder, drum, snapper, grouper, cobia, shark, tuna and plenty of others.
Take a tour of New Orleans like none you've ever experienced. Kayakitiyat Kayak Tours takes you through the city on Bayou St. John and you'll be able to see historic structures like the Spanish Custom House and the Pitot house, the Fair Grounds Race Course, the New Orleans Museum of Art, the St. Louis Cemetary #3, and much more.
Prepare your trigger finger for some action at Adventure Quest Laser Tag. Run around the 6,000-square-foot laser arena and battle it out to the finish. After you've championed the game of laser tag, try your skills on the miniature golf course, the bumper cars, or the arcade.
Sail into the sky with New Orleans Hot Air Balloons. Early birds can catch the sunrise on a morning ride and sleepy heads can wait until sunset to take their ride. You'll get a truly unique look at the Crescent City as your balloon pilot points out some of the coolest sights seen from above.
It's every man for himself! Hit the fields and take cover during recreational warfare at the Paintball Command paintball field. Bring your super stealthy hiding skills to make sure you're the last one standing. Don't worry about bringing ammo, you'll have to stock up with the paintballs available at the facility.
Get as close as you possibly can to flying by jumping out of planes with the extreme sports junkies at Skydive N'awlins. You're safe in the hands of these professional instructors - they are certified by the USPA and they've logged in thousands of hours of flying time, not to mentions thousands of sky dives.
Spend some time venturing through City Park New Orleans. The park is home to attractions like the New Orleans Botanical Garden, and the New Orleans Museum of Art. Park visitors can play tennis, golf, run, jog or walk the track, go fishing or boating and enjoy other recreational activities. There's so much to do at the park, you may need to dedicate a whole day to experiencing it all.
The Jean Lafitte National Historic Park & Preserve is comprised of six separate parks that serve as specific examples of the natural and cultural resources of Louisiana's Mississippi River Delta region. Visit the park's visitors center and headquarters in the historic French Quarter to get the scoop on New Orleans history and the cultures in the region.
Explore the history of jazz music at the 4-acre New Orleans Jazz National Park. The park features the Jazz Walk of Fame, which highlights a famous jazz musician at each passing lamp post. Some of the musicians honored include Jelly Roll Morton, Al Hirt, Danny Barker, and of course, New Orleans' own Louis Armstrong.