The Big Easy, Spillway Splashout and Mega Zeph rides are reflected in the lake in the middle of the park. - Six Flags New Orleans stewed for a month in the brackish floodwaters from Hurricane Katrina before it was drained, but the damage had been done.  The rides were rendered unsafe and inoperable and the amusement park was abandoned.  Beset by vandals and choked by weeds, this is what remains.

The Big Easy, Spillway Splashout and Mega Zeph rides are reflected in the lake in the middle of the park.
– Six Flags New Orleans stewed for a month in the brackish floodwaters from Hurricane Katrina before it was drained, but the damage had been done. The rides were rendered unsafe and inoperable and the amusement park was abandoned. Beset by vandals and choked by weeds, this is what remains.

Ten years after the federal levee failures, the fact that New Orleans still faces some urban decay is obvious. But well before Katrina passed through here, there was a massive, 150-acre amusement park complex just east of the city that was already in decline. Originally called Jazzland, the summer destination closed in 2002 due to financial woes; Six Flags soon swept in to buy the place, but Katrina helped shut it down for good just three years later.
Source: coaster-net.com