Kick Off Spring In New Orleans With These 6 Scenic Hikes Under One Mile
The weather is great right now to get outside and enjoy the cooler temperatures. There are so many scenic hikes in and around New Orleans, and these six hikes clock in at under a mile, making them great for family adventures or a quick and easy stroll through nature. In no particular order, here are some of the best hikes in New Orleans.
If you want to tackle some longer trails near New Orleans, check out our previous article on several incredible hikes that are just a short drive from New Orleans
Have you been on any of these best hikes in New Orleans? Where’s your favorite nature trail in or around The Big Easy? Let us know in the comments below!
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What are some of the best things to do in spring near New Orleans?
While there are many things you can do outside year-round in and around New Orleans, there are some things that are just the best during the spring. Head over to City Park to see the flowers, especially the tulips, in bloom or check out the gardens at Longue Vue House and Gardens.
What are some of the easiest hikes near New Orleans?
There are plenty of easy hikes near The Big Easy that are as scenic as any of the longer, more challenging hikes around the state. Take, for example, The Lafitte Greenway, a pedestrian walkway that meanders through the city. You can also head to the Audubon Louisiana Nature Center for a stroll through the forest. Read our previous coverage to learn more.
What is one of the best places to go camping near New Orleans?
If you are itching to leave the city and go camping, make Tunica Hills Campground, a waterfall campground, your top choice. Here you will have easy access to Tunica Falls, one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the state.