The Fourth Annual Kids Town EGGStravaganza and Rubber Duck Regatta will be held on the Green at Lakeview Regional Medical Center, Covington, Louisiana. This event will be a fun, family-friendly event guaranteed to be a great time! There will be entertainment for all ages, food, Easter Egg Hunts and of course the Rubber Duck Regatta held in the Pond at Lakeview Regional Medical Center. All proceeds will go to the building and upkeep of Kids Town located on Koop Drive in Mandeville, Louisiana.
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There are many places along the Tammany Trace that you can rent for your special event. From the Pavillion and picnic tables at Koop Drive to the Abita pavillion, there are many places to suit your needs. For more information please call 985.898.3011.
A variety of features makes the Covington trailhead an ideal venue for races, weddings and events. It is equipped with a covered waiting platform, bandstand, exhibit hall and small movie theatre. For more information on rentals in Covington visit their site here.
The Abita Springs Trailhead offers a unique tourism plaza and park, as well as a museum that are available for profit and nonprofit events. There is also a playground and local restaurants nearby. Visit townofabitasprings.com for specific rental information.
Koop Drive Trailhead / Kids Konnection / Children's Museum of St. Tammany
Home of a boundless playgrounds, the Koop drive location is a great place to have picnics, parties and events. For more information please contact email@example.com or call 985-246-4714.
Additional information about the Children's Museum of St. Tammany can be found at cmstkids.org.
The Mandeville trailhead is not officially available to rent, but offers activities at no charge. Along with weekly Friday night concerts and a community market every Saturday morning, there is also a splash fountain, pavilion and amphitheater.
The amphitheater at Camp Salmen is an ideal venue for small ceremonies —weddings, scouts, and awards. Set on the banks of Bayou Liberty, this intimate venue can hold up to 125 people and is a serene and picturesque location for various types of events for groups in smaller numbers. The amphitheater is also ADA compliant. Call 985-288-5901 to book your rental today.
The benefits of biking are endless. A 30+ minute round trip bicycle ride is associated with better mental health. Men and women who walk or bike frequently also have a lower risk of breast cancer. An aerobic exercise like bicycling can also have an antidepressant effect and boost energy. It also helps boost blood flow and oxygen to the brain, makes immune cells more active, tones muscles all over the body, and can help you live longer. Save your joints and hop on a bike to take advantage of a nice day in St. Tammany.
Don't have a bike of your own? There are a few places along the Trace to rent some:
Hiking is an excellent way to improve health and stay strong. Hiking can also decrease cholesterol levels, a common cause of heart disease. Improved moods, stamina, and cardiovascular health are some of the benefits of regular walking and hiking. It has also been known to help those who are pondering complex ideas and working through difficult problems. Minimal equipment is needed and it is a great way to get the family together. It is also a good opportunity to educate others on the unique plants and animals we have in St. Tammany. Take a hike on the Tammany Trace to expand your horizons and experience some peace and quiet in the outdoors.
One of the biggest psychological benefits of horse riding is increased self-confidence. Horses seem to naturally relieve stress for most people. For this reason, horse riding is a great activity to take part in if you’re looking to decrease stress levels. Horse riding can also increase your patience and focus. Just like with so many other animals, horses require a fair amount of patience. Horse riding develops skills that promote coordination such as timing, rhythm, balance, and core strength. The Tammany Trace is a good place to get practice muscle and body control while horse riding.]]>
St. Tammany Parish Government
21490 Koop Drive
Mandeville, LA 70471
Call the Tammany Trace office at 985-867-9490, or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org to locate at item you may have lost there. If the item was turned in, Tammany Trace staff will attempt to help you reclaim it.
If you do contact us by email, please include your address and phone number so that we can contact you if we have more questions.
Members of the media, please contact the Public Information Office at 985-898-5243 or by email at email@example.com.
To apply for employment at the Tammany Trace visit www.stpgov.org.
There are currently no open positions.]]>