One of the most popular routes for running in New Orleans. Upwards of 3,000 people run under a leafy canopy of live oaks and alongside a little lagoon, each day.
Beautiful, historic neighborhood for running, with elegant homes and a canopy of live oaks. Run with the trolleys along St. Charles Ave., then explore the Garden District neighborhood south of St. Charles.
Known to be “as magical and unique as the city of New Orleans,” this outdoor oasis has enchanted New Orleans since 1854.
If you’re looking for a path along the water, the Lakefront route runs along Lakeshore Drive. Enjoy the warm breezes of Lake Pontchartrain.
A new 2.5 mile bike/pedestrian path that opened in 2015, connecting the French Quarter with City Park. Wind your way through several historic New Orleans neighborhoods.
A nice 5.3 miles, the Levee Path, just across the water from downtown, is a great dedicated trail option for runners along the Mississippi River.
A very popular place for weddings, the beautiful Woldenberg Park lies directly next to the Mississippi River.
A lovely run around a beautiful urban campus, plus add-ons in the surrounding area.
Great running option located 15 miles east of New Orleans. Run along boardwalks and a gravel levee trail along a canal through protected marshland. You'll see lots of birds...and alligators!