The Covington Trailhead Museum & Visitors Center

The Covington Trailhead Museum and Visitors Center is located on New Hampshire street a block and a half north of Boston St. It opened on May 1, 2010, and anchors the Trailhead complex, which consists of a parking area, the western end of the Tammany Trace bike trail, and the covered pavilions and music concert stage.


 Here are some photos and info about the museum opening ceremonies.

Mayor Candace Watkins, center, emceed the opening ceremony for the Covington Trailhead Museum. Comments were made by Jan Robert, on her left, and Lee Alexius, at left. Exhibits were made possible by a grant from the Dave and Dorothy Blossman Fund. Lee Spence, a trustee with the Fund, is standing at right.

Dale Smith, at right, made several comments at the opening ceremony for the Covington Trailhead Museum.

Among those attending the ceremonies, from left, Art and Gail Lemane, Fred Blossman and Karen Courtney.

Checking out the display boards

showing the Trailhead Visitors Center Opening Ceremonies. The video includes comments by Mayor Candace Watkins, Jan Robert, Fred Blossman, Lee Spence, Lee Alexius, and Dale Smith, who produced the exhibits for the visitors' center. 


Looking for the museum? Just look for the clock tower.