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New Orleans and Louisiana Recreation Guide

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Boat Dealers, Marine Supplies
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Sailing in New Orleans
New Orleans and Louisiana Sailing
Organized sailing clubs have a long tradition in New Orleans with the Southern Yacht Club on Lake Pontchartrain in New Orleans dating back to 1849.
This category includes any New Orleans area websites that cater to sailboats and those who sail them including yacht clubs, sailboat and yacht dealers and brokers, sailboat repairs, parts and accessories, sailboat vacations, sailboat rentals and sailboat docking and storage

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New Orleans Martial Arts

New Orleans Martial Arts SchoolsFrom Karate, Taekwondo, Aikido and Tai Chi to Shaolin Do Kung Fu, we have over 35 websites for the best New Orleans area martial arts schools and dojos and martial arts instructors. These New Orleans martial arts schools are also great places to learn self defense techniques and improve personal fitness.
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New Orleans Bowling, Darts and Games - SEE ALL

If you like bowling, darts, and games that are made for playing while drinking New Orleans Bowling, Darts and Gamesyour favorite beer at your favorite New Orleans bars, we have the websites for you! A favorite of many in New Orleans is Mid-City Lanes Rock-N-Bowl where you can bowl, drink beer and listen to great New Orleans bands. Also included are websites for New Orleans dart clubs.
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New Orleans Sporting Goods, Outfitters and Sports Stores - SEE ALL

Whether you’re looking for the right team sports wear or tents, canoes, and camping equipment, we have websites for New Orleans best sports gear. Also included are sports stores for fishing and hunting gear and your favorite team clothing from the New Orleans Saints and New Orleans Pelicans to the LSU Tigers and the Tulane Greenwave.
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Louisiana Fishing Trips, New Orleans Fishing Charters, Gulf Fishing and Fishing Guides - SEE ALL

Louisiana Fishing Guides and Fishing ChartersFishing is the most popular form of outdoor recreation in Louisiana. Visitors to New Orleans are just minutes away from some of the best fishing charters in the country. New Orleans fishing guides offer inshore fishing charters for redfish, speckled trout and flounder that are popular ingredients in so many New Orleans dishes. Louisiana and New Orleans fishing guides also offer some of the best offshore and deep sea fishing charters for everything from tuna to red snapper to marlin and the nearby Grand Isle hosts an annual tarpon fishing rodeo that is famous with anglers around the world.

New Orleans is surrounded by fishing ports famous for great fishing. Great Louisiana fishing charters are available all around New Orleans including Venice fishing charters, Grand Isle fishing charters, Lafitte fishing charters and Barataria fishing charters just south of New Orleans and Delacroix and Shell Beach fishing charters just east of New Orleans in Saint Bernard Parish. The fishing guides in these communities are experienced and know the best fishing spots in the state.

The further south you go in Louisiana, the more fishing dominates. While freshwater bass fishing is popular in North Louisiana, salt and brackish water fishing from fishing in the Louisiana Deep Sea Fishingbays to offshore fishing are extremely popular in south Louisiana. Louisiana fishing guides offer the very best fishing in the continental United States. Great numbers of fish are ready for catching by avid sporting fishermen including tuna, redfish, red snapper, marlin, dolphin, wahoo, amberjack and swordfish. Louisiana fishing guides with their well equipped fishing charter boats are ready to show you the fishing trip of a lifetime.

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For the best Louisiana Fishing Camps
in Louisiana and the New Orleans area including fishing camps on the world famous fishing town of Grand Isle as well as fishing camps, fishing resorts and cabins on great bass fishing lakes around the state...
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Louisiana Hunting Guides
The further north you go in Louisiana, the more Louisiana Hunting Guideshunting dominates. North of Lake Pontchartrain, almost every guy, and a lot of gals, hunt deer and white tail deer grow very big in Louisiana. Deer hunting in central and north Louisiana is not just a sport, but a supply of protein, supplying freezers year round from autumn deer hunts. Hunting guides, hunting camps and hunting resorts can be found all over Louisiana.

And then there’s duck hunting. Louisiana is the last stop on the Mississippi flyway for millions of ducks, geese and teal. Louisiana hunting guides can take you on unimaginable hunting trips with more ducks than you will see anywhere else in North Louisiana Duck HuntingAmerica. In late autumn South Louisiana is teeming with mallards, pintails, canvasbacks, widgeons, geese, green and blue winged teal. Louisiana is truly a hunters and fishermen’s paradise and all just minutes from down town New Orleans. So go ahead and charter a fishing boat, hire a fishing or hunting guide or stay at a fishing or hunting camp in Louisiana. You will never forget it!

Louisiana Hunting and Fishing category listings include: Louisiana fishing charter boats, fishing camps, hunting guides, hunting clubs and online resources for hunting and fishing in Louisiana. Also included are Louisiana boat marinas and fishing resorts, many just a short drive from New Orleans.

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New Orleans Boat Dealers - SEE ALL

New Orleans Boat DealersBoats, Yachts, Canoes and Pirogues for fishing, sailing or just getting around the bayous, New Orleans area boat dealers have just what you need. Shop for outboards, sailboats, canoes and wave runners, too!

Whether you’re a power boat driver or a sailboat skipper, New Orleans area boat dealers have just the boat for you. Local boat dealers in the New Orleans area offer every type of boat from aluminum bass boats for back bay fishing to deep hull fiberglass boats for offshore fishing to sailing yachts to supply boats and life boats for the oil and gas industry. New Orleans boat dealers also offer boat repairs, parts, supplies, and accessories
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New Orleans Golf Clubs and Golf Courses

Golf Courses, Country Clubs, Golf Shops and Golf Cart Dealers. Golf is one Golf in New Orleansof the most popular forms of recreation in the New Orleans area. There are many prestigious golf courses that host championship golf tournaments such as the Jack Nicklaus designed English Turn Golf Club course in Algiers, the only part of New Orleans on the west bank of the Mississippi River just across the river from downtown New Orleans.

New Orleans City Park, the second largest municipal park in the USA after New York’s Central Park, has beautiful public golf courses with ancient live oaks throughout the course. Golf courses in communities near New Orleans include Abita Springs Golf and Country Club in Abita Springs, Louisiana across Lake Pontchartrain form New Orleans, Belle Terre Golf Club in LaPlace, Louisiana about a 30 minute drive upriver from New Orleans, Colonial Golf and Country Club in Harahan, Louisiana in neighboring Jefferson Parish and Timberlane Golf and Country Club in Gretna, Louisiana just across the Mississippi River from downtown New Orleans. Take virtual tours of the best golf courses around New Orleans.
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New Orleans and Louisiana Parks - SEE ALL

From golf to canoeing to hiking boardwalk trails through the swamps, New Orleans area parks offer a variety of outdoor activities. We've also listed Louisiana Parkswebsites of the best state parks from around Louisiana. If you like camping, hiking, canoeing or just walking through the park, we’ve included websites for the Louisiana and New Orleans area parks we know you’ll love including these local favorites: New Orleans City Park (don’t miss Dueling Oak where hot blooded Creoles fought bloody duels under massive oak limbs), Audubon Park, named after the famed naturalist and Louisiana Egret artist James Audubon and home of the Audubon Zoo, Bayou Segnette State Park in Westwego, Louisiana just 20 minutes from downtown New Orleans and gateway to Bayou Barataria and the best recreational fishing in America, and Fairview Riverside State Park in Madisonville, Louisiana home of the annual Wooden Boats Festival on the beautiful Tchefuncte River.
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Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve
Jean Lafitte National Park has several park units in the New Orleans area including one in the French Quarter. One of our favorite parks is the Jean New Orleans Historic ParksLafitte National Historical Park unit in Chalmette, Louisiana, just 30 minutes down river from New Orleans. This is where Andrew Jackson earned his statue in Jackson Square in the New Orleans French Quarter and national fame that led to the White House and his face on the twenty dollar bill by defeating the British at the Battle of New Orleans in January of 1815. Two thousand Americans consisting of rag tag volunteers, blacks, whites, Creoles, native Indians and yes pirates led by Jean Lafitte defeated 5,000 British troops, the best in the world and just back from defeating Napoleon’s armies. Jean Lafitte supplied guns, powder, flints and cannons to the struggling Americans and Lafitte won a pardon for piracy from the then Louisiana Governor Claiborne for his help.

Our other favorite is the Jean Lafitte National Park and Preserve unit in Crown Point, Louisiana, Louisiana Alligatoracross the Mississippi River and about 45 minutes from downtown New Orleans. The preserve's 20,000 acres allows visitors to venture deep into Louisiana’s bayous, swamps and marshes on foot over raised boardwalks or by canoe and kayak. A great place to see wild alligators and tons of Spanish moss.

New Orleans Aviation and Flying Lessons

Learn to Fly! Flight Schools in New Orleans are located at Lakefront Airport on Lake Pontchartrain just 20 minutes from downtown New Orleans. There are several aviation services websites listed in this category for companies that offer flight instructions and flying lessons.
You can also rent a plane or take an aerial tour of Flying Lessons and Plane Rentals in New OrleansNew Orleans. Aerial Tours are the best way to see New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. Aerial Swamp Tours offer a view of Louisiana and the New Orleans area that you'll never forget. You’ll see from the air why the French called the New Orleans area the ‘Ile d’Orleans’ or Isle of Orleans
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