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You don’t have to look very far to find something to do in Covington’s St. John Historic District.  For a self-guided walking tour, just stroll down Columbia Street and New Hampshire Streets and look for the kiosks that show an historical perspective from the point where you are.

The Covington Trailhead is also home to the Trailhead Museum, where you can find more historical information about Covington, as well as a locally-produced short film.

The Covington Trailhead and Museum is located at 419 N. New Hampshire Street.

The Tammany Trace runs right through the trailhead, a biking trail converted from the old railroad line that ran through Covington.  Brooks’ Bike Shop is located on the Tammany Trace, across from the Covington Trailhead.  Brooks’ Bike Shop features convenient online rentals, as well as repairs and sales of new and used bicycles and accessories.  Brooks’ also rents kayaks and is your stop for outdoor recreation in downtown Covington.

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Covington Heritage Foundation To Host Genealogical and Historical Discussion

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CHF Covington Heritage Foundation

The Covington Heritage Foundation Board announces that Harold Covington will be at the Covington Trailhead Museum on Wednesday, September 3 at 11 a.m. Mr. Covington is conducting genealogical research within his family and is in the process of visiting the multiple towns of Covington that exist throughout the country. If anyone believes they can help him in his research please attend. Covington Louisiana historian Howard Nichols will be in attendance to have an open discussion with Mr. Covington. The museum will also be open and the movie on Covington will be available for viewing.

Covington is named after General Leonard Covington, a member of the House of Representatives and Lieutenant Colonel of the U.S. Light Dragoons, serving in the Baton Rouge and West Florida area in the early 1800’s.

For more information, please call CHF at 985-892-1873.