There are two drinking fountains in Audubon Park that serve both man and beast. On the downtown side of the main entrance on St. Charles Avenue, just off the ring trail, is one of them. There is a spigot for people at a height convenient for children and adults, short and tall. Close to the ground is a spigot and dish for dogs or whatever other animal may be sharing your company as you stroll the park scape.
An identical model is on the Magazine Street side of the park, by the golf club entrance. Both these drinking fountains are located under trees so they are shady places to take a drink. Neither of the fountains offers cold water. They are chilled by the temperature of the pipes in the ground. That's usually refreshing enough.
Mid way along the ring trail, on the side of the golf course maintenance building is another fountain. This one is for people only and there is a sign that says the same, directing dog owners to the ends of the park for canine thirst quenching. This fountain offers crisp, refrigerated water. Because of it's location, it doesn't see the same amount of traffic as the other two fountains. It's easy to access, just steps off the asphalt, but sometimes there's a truck parked in front. For my money, it's the best water in Audubon.