Clarion Inn & Suites Conference Center
501 North Highway 190
Covington, LA 70433
Phone: (985) 893-3580
Fax: (985) 893-4807
Non-members of Covington Country Club can play unlimited golf. This is an 18 hole, par 71 golf course with regular men's, women's, and championship tees providing adequate challenge for all levels of golfers.
Louisiana's first rails-to-trails, 31-mile protected trail from Abita Springs to Slidell. Bikes, horses, runners and skaters are welcomed. Bike rentals available.
Bicycle rentals for the Tammany Trace.
Sailing charters, weddings, and boat classes.
Kickstand Coffee House Cafe & Bike Rental is locally owned and operated. At Kickstand you can enjoy balcony or indoor dining surrounded by local artists works. Relax and enjoy gourmet coffees, espresso, frozen coffees and homemade pastries, as well as breakfast. On weekends, enjoy their breakfast specials. Lunch offers a variety of sandwiches, salads, soups and wraps, or ask about the daily special. Lunch delivery is also available Monday through Friday. "Rent Some Fun" with a bike tour through St. Tammany along the Tammy Trace Bike Trail or the Mandeville Lakefront. They also offer bike repairs, accessories and purchasing of bikes. Visit the Olde Tyme Ice Cream Parlor for a snowball, delicious sundae, banana split, malt, soda and many spectacular ice cream dishes.
Equitana Boarding and Riding Stables is a clean, well maintained horse boarding stable with pasture turnout. They offer horseback riding lessons by a friendly and supportive riding instructor.
Folsom Equestrian Center offers dressage lessons, part-time jumping instruction and full-care board. Dressage clinics and schooling shows are planned.
Springview Country Club offers an 18-hole championship golf course.
Pinewood Country Club is a member owned semi-private country club. There is a driving range and 18-hole course.
Offers opportunities for birding, fishing and hunting on 13,000 acres.
Refuge offers fishing, camping, sport shrimping, birding and hunting. Access by boat only.
Bayou Sauvage National Wildlife Refuge is 23,000 acres of fresh and brackish marshes, all within the city limits of New Orleans. It is the nation's largest urban wildlife refuge. An enormous wading bird rookery can be found in the swamps of the refuge from May until July, while tens of thousands of waterfowl winter in its bountiful marshes.