Quad Biking in Plaquemines Offroad Park, New Orleans, Louisiana USA

Terrain - trail length:
300 ac/1.21 km² - 15 mi/24.1 km
10 ft/3 m
New Orleans is the largest city in Louisiana, a major United States port and a metropolitan area. The city got its name by the French city Orléans, situated on the Loire River, Centre, France. New Orleans rests in the southeast of Louisiana, straddling the Mississippi River. It is bounded by the parishes of St. Bernard to the east, Jefferson to the west and south, St. Tammany to the north and Plaquemines to the south.

South of New Orleans, in Belle Chasse you will come across a 300 ac/1.21 km² off road park, perfect to host your quad bike. Plaquemines Offroad Park offers 15 mi/24.1 km of marked, not rated and lightly maintained trails, twisting through mixed Oak and Cypress forest, a couple of mud bogs and two MX tracks.

The urban/man–made terrain has an elevation of around 10 ft/3 m and offers anything an off road devotee wishes for. Hard pack in most parts, loose dirt, sand, mud, dust, rocks, trees, many small and large jumps, some berms and some single tracks.

The park opens daily, but it closes in frequent base due to inclement weather, so it is highly recommended that you call before you decide to visit the park or just visit the forum, which is updated with the latest news. Hazards are few and assumed to be marked, but still drive with caution.

Trails are mostly suitable for amateurs, but novices can enjoy the trails too. There are no trails made for experts, so if you are a high level driver, you should find another park to ride your machine. Bear in mind that a helmet is required for all riders. Camping is permitted and free and so is riding, but keep in mind that the camping area is primitive, so be well prepared.

This amazing off road park is very popular in the New Orleans area and it is recommended to spend at least a full day, in order to enjoy pure dust riding on your ATV.

How to Get to Destination

BY CAR FROM Baton Rouge
80.2 miles / 129 km, 1 hour 25 minutes
Head south on N 49th St towards Jonah St, continue in Jonah St, turn left at N 48th St, turn left at North St, take the 2nd turning right at N Foster Dr, keep left to continue towards College Dr, turn right onto College Dr, turn left to enter the I-10 E towards I-12/New Orleans / Hammond, keep right, follow signs for Slidell, take exit 234B on the left to enter the Superdome on Poydras St, turn left on Carondelet St.
57.5 miles / 92.5 km, 1 hour 9 minutes
Head east on School St in Barrow St, take the first left turn at Barrow St, take the 2nd turning right on Main St, take the 2nd turning left into New Orleans Bridge, continue to LA-182 E / New Orleans Blvd, continue to follow the LA-182 E, merge onto US-90 E via the ramp road to New Orleans, take the exit on the left towards I-310 N, take exit 1A to enter I-10 E towards New Orleans, keep right, follow signs for Slidell, take exit 234B on the left to enter the Superdome on Poydras St, turn left on Carondelet St.
Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport,
15 miles / 24.1 km

Amtrak serves the entire US. So take an Amtrak train from anywhere in the US and abort in New Orleans Union Passenger Terminal.


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