Rodeway Inn & Suites
8400 I-10 Service Road
New Orleans, LA 70127
Phone: (504) 302-7300
Fax: (504) 302-7308
Eastover Country Club is a 9 hole lush green golf course designed by Joe Lee, located just a short drive from downtown New Orleans. Beautiful surroundings with an air of privacy, help players concentrate on their game. The club is good for those wanting to pursue the sport seriously. So register yourself with them and hit a Condor!
Named after UNO head coach Ron Maestri, this magnificent space is a famous stadium of New Orleans. UNO Maestri Field, in the University of Maestri Field hosts football tournaments. You can find students and visitors bustling in to watch their favorite team live or just hanging around to enjoy the events happening here. The entire experience of watching a performance, here, is truly exciting.
UNO Human Performance Center is where the students of University of New Orleans head for leisure and to catch up with various happenings. This 1,200 seat space is occupied by students, locals and visitors alike to watch sport tournaments and special events. Here patrons just can't seem to get enough with the thrilling and nail-biting experience while watching the University of New Orleans Privateers basketball teams play live.
This 19th-century landmark, Fair Grounds Race Course, allows visitors to experience the thrill of live thoroughbred racing for the entire winter season—thanksgiving to late March. The races can be viewed via real-time simulcast television or, for you die-hards, live at the finish line. Visitors can also enjoy buffet-style dining, snack concessions and bars. Do not forget to stop by the Mane Attractions Gift Shop to pick up a trinket for the horse lovers you left at home.
New Orleans Fairgrounds Racecourse and Slots serves up endless betting action. Check out the action on the racetrack or head indoors to check out some gaming action. With over 600 of the newest slot machines on hand, there are plenty of potential jackpots to hit. Food and drinks are served here as well.
See the city of New Orleans from a new perspective with Bayou Kayaks. This kayaking outfit leads paddlers up the Bayou St John to Orleans Avenue and then down to Robert E Lee Boulevard. Witness an impressive display of various flora and fauna, as well as the classic French Colonial architecture New Orleans is known for, as you glide through the eight-mile round trip. Perfect for beginners or experts, kayaking with Bayou Kayaks is a great way to see the Big Easy.
Hop aboard one of NOLA Gondola's tours for a romantic journey through New Orleans. These hand-crafted, Venetian Gondolas leisurely cruise through the lagoons of New Orleans while the soundtrack of romantic Italian music gently plays in the background. Crackers and cheese are provided for lovers to munch on while gliding across the water, while the champagne or wine is brought by tour-goers themselves. These private tours are the perfect way to connect with the unique vibe of New Orleans while enjoying a memorable outing with you and your special someone.
For those looking to get outdoors and explore, look no further than Canoe & Trail Adventures. This outfit touts itself as the most experienced guide service in Louisiana, and with over 40 years of experience. it's hard to refute that. Tours run the gamut from wetlands to trailheads, in state to out of state and everything in between. Canoe, hike or otherwise explore the great outdoors with Canoe & Trail Adventures.
Natchez Steamboat features full-service catering from the on-board galley and is docked at the back of JAX Brewery. This three-decked sternwheeler offers two cruises daily with narration by a professional guide. For your dining and listening pleasure, there is a cocktail bar, live jazz and an optional Creole buffet. Dinner prices are not included in the cost of admission. Children under three ride free. Reservations are required, so call to confirm schedule and prices.
Jean Lafitte National Historical Park consists of six sites in and around New Orleans. The park honors Cajun culture in general and Jean Lafitte in particular. Lafitte was a notorious pirate and smuggler, who came to the aid of General Andrew Jackson in the Battle of New Orleans during the War of 1812. The visitor center has historic walking tours of the French Quarter and is a great starting place for information regarding the other sites around New Orleans.
It's just impossible to get bored of New Orleans' plush City Park. Sprawled over 1,500 acres, this welcoming oasis attracts hordes of people every day. You'll find lovebirds sharing some time together, children playing around, joggers doing their daily rounds and people absorbing the park's beauty. Camps, field trips and an amusement park are the facilities for children. Sports lovers can choose from golf, football, tennis and lots more. The park also provides the perfect setting for weddings, picnics, birthdays or other special functions. If you're a nature lover, you can volunteer to help protect this beautiful park.
Aquarium of the Americas is a world-class aquarium with state-of-the-art exhibits, allowing visitors young and old to experience underwater nature first hand. Visitors immerse themselves in the major marine and submarine habitats of North and South America, including the Caribbean Sea and the Amazon Rainforest. The aquarium also features thousands of fish, reptiles and birds native to these habitats.