Covington Trailhead Museum and Visitors Center
419 N. New Hampshire St.
Covington, LA 70433
Tel: (985) 892-1873


Covington's Tammany Trace trailhead features a campanile, bandstand and amphitheater, and a visitor center featuring rotating art exhibits. Learn more about the town and check out the short film about the history of Covington. The trailhead serves as a resting station for visitors walking or cycling the 31-mile Tammany Trace.

The center is open Monday through Friday, 10 AM to  2 PM, Saturday, 10 AM TO 4 PM, and Sunday, 12-4PM. For groups, school field tgrips or to donate artifacts, please call (985) 867-1206.

The trailhead also is site of the spring and fall "Rockin' the Rails" concert series, and the Wednesday Covington Farmer's Market (Saturday's market is held nearby on the grounds of the Covington Police Dept., 608 N. Columbia St.).
The stage is available for rental, measuring at 22’ x 24’ (15 person capacity).

Recurring weekly on Wednesday

Produce in season and prepared foods for lunch or take-away. Held at the Covington Trailhead. The Covington Farmers Market is held twice weekly, all year-round: 10am-2pm Wednesdays... Read More

May 22, 2021

Join the St. John Fools of Misrule at the Covington Trailhead May 22, 2021 for the inaugural Fools Fest, a free concert featuring Supercharger, Magnolia Bayou, Cypress Creek and... Read More