Connect With Us

Know what's going on in YOUR park

Sir Saint and Parker, the City Park mascot, discuss the latest Saints season while playing a round of Tennis.

Sir Saint and Parker, the City Park mascot, discuss the latest Saints season while playing a round of Tennis.

Monthly E-Newsletter
Get news, updates and information about events – sign up for City Park’s monthly e-newsletter by sharing your email address below.

Kids in the Park E-Newsletter
Learn about all of the fun, family-friendly activities happening in City Park – sign up for the monthly Kids in the Park e-newsletter by sharing your email address below.

Share your email address with us below, and you'll be kept up to date on everything that's going on at City Park! You'll have a choice of eblasts from The New Orleans Botanical Garden, Friends of City Park, a general City Park Enews, and an Enews centered around activities for kids at the Park. 

City Park Blog

You'll love reading stories from employees in the Park! See great photos or learn something new.
Read Our Blog!

Follow us!

On Facebook
On Twitter@NOLACityPark
On Pinterest
On Instagram: @NewOrleansCityPark
On YouTube

Advertising
For information about advertising in City Park, e-mail Amanda Frentz at afrentz@nocp.org or call (504) 483-1700.

TWEETS FROM THE PARK:

  • EGG SCRAMBLE TIME! The $10 price includes the egg hunt, a bucket to place your eggs in, the Easter Bunny, and rides… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
  • EGG SCRAMBLE TIME! The $10 price includes the egg hunt, a bucket to place your eggs in, the Easter Bunny, and rides… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
  • Big Bass Fishing Rodeo is coming up soon! Don't forget to register you and your friends & family too! Details on… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

CITY PARK FACTS:

City Park would not be the place it is today without President Rooseveltís Works Progress Administration efforts during the Great Depression. More than 20,000 men and women were employed to build bridges, roads, fountains, the Botanical Garden and Tad Gormley stadium, and to dig more 11 miles of lagoons - work all done by hand.