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St. Tammany Parish is renowned by outdoor enthusiasts and sportsmen for its 26 parks, nature trails, bike paths, playgrounds and sports complexes, including:

Tammany Trace
This mile rails-to-trails conversion meanders through lovely wooded areas and links five St. Tammany towns, permitting runners, walkers, cyclers, and even equestrians.

Fontainebleau State Park
This historic park offers 2, acres with beautiful cabins built over Lake Pontchartrain, improved campsites, unimproved campsites, several nature trails, three group camps, a lodge, a sandy beach, a playground and the ruins of an sugar mill situated among towering oaks.

Fairview-Riverside State Park
Located on the Tchefuncte River, Fairview-Riverside State Park offers the Historic Otis House Museum, 22 premium campsites, 59 improved campsites and 20 unimproved campsites where guests can fish and have picnics.

Big Branch Marsh National Wildlife Refuge
Federal wildlife refuge on 15, acres of pine flatwoods and coastal marsh.

Bogue Chitto National Wildlife Refuge
36,acres of the Pearl River Basin.

Northlake Nature Center
A nature preserve with a boardwalk, children’s programs and nature activities, located on acres of ancient pines and hardwood forest along Bayou Castine. Hosts the annual Great Louisiana Birdfest.

Golf Courses

St. Tammany Parish is home to eight public and private golf courses. These include: Abita Springs Golf and Country Club; Beau Chene Country Club; Covington Country Club; Money Hill Golf and Country Club; Oak Harbor Golf Club; Pinewood Golf Club; Royal Golf Club; and Tchefuncta Country Club. All courses offer 18 holes.

Professional and Collegiate Sports

Located between New Orleans and Baton Rouge, Louisiana, St. Tammany Parish is the ideal home for fans of both the New Orleans Saints professional football team and the Louisiana State University Tigers collegiate football team. Both teams enjoy a dedicated regional and national fan base.

For fans of professional basketball, the New Orleans Pelicans franchise calls New Orleans home.

Other collegiate sports teams in the region include the Southeastern Louisiana University Lions football and baseball teams, the Tulane University Green Wave football and baseball teams, and the University of New Orleans Privateers basketball and baseball teams.


In addition to the impressive regional offerings such as the National WWII Museum, the New Orleans Museum of Art and the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, St. Tammany Parish is home to 12 historic sites and museums, including:

Lake Pontchartrain Basin Maritime Museum
Explore the area’s rich maritime history up-close via detailed exhibits, boat models, boat-building classes and the very popular Wooden Boat Festival in October. The maritime museum is located on the banks of the Tchefuncte River.

H.J. Smith’s Son General Store and Museum
Family owned and operated since , this museum houses hundreds of items from through the early s, including a foot-long cypress dugout boat, a cast iron casket, old farming tools, a s gas pump, a hand-operated wooden washing machine and much more.

Otis House Museum
This late 19th-century Queen Anne-style home of a lumber baron offers guided tours, exposing guests to photographs and memorabilia from the era. The home is located on the grounds of Fairview-Riverside State Park and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Saint Joseph Abbey
Benedictine monastery founded in

Slidell Museum and Slidell Mardi Gras Museum
Located in the old town jail, the museum displays two floors of photographs, collections and memorabilia on the history of Slidell. The newest addition is the Mardi Gras Museum, which houses a collection of over pieces of Carnival memorabilia including dresses, costumes, scepters, goblets, throws and historical scrapbooks of past kings and queens.


Abita Springs AREA

Recreation District #11
Hwy 36

Bush Area

Recreation District #2
Crawford Cemetery Rd.

Covington Area

Recreation District #14
Coquille Parks & Recreation
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Lee Road Area - Recreation District #6
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Covington Trailhead
N. New Hampshire

Bogue Falaya Park
Park Dr.

Rev. Peter Atkins Park
Community Pool Open in Summer
N. Tyler St. @ 28th Ave.

1st Avenue Park (Nose Park)
E. 1st Ave. @ S. Jahncke Ave.

Bogue Chitto Park
N. Columbia St.

Columbia St. Landing
N. Columbia St.

Menetre Public Boat Launch
S. Water St.

Hubie Gallagher Park
W. 15th Ave.

Covington Recreation Complex
Ronald Reagan Hwy. @ DePorres Rd.

Ozone Ballfield
Corner of Ozone Park Rd. & S. Park Ln.

Pretty Acres Dog Park & Walking Trail
Recreation District #1
Andrew Dr. off Park Place Dr. 

Folsom AREA

Recreation District # 12
Highway 40
Folsom, La.

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Lacombe Area

Bayou Lacombe Trailhead
Balehi Rd.

Big Branch Marsh - National Wildlife Refuge


U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service   

Southeast Louisiana National Wildlife Refuges Complex  


Lacombe, LA


Recreation District #4
St. Mary St.

John Davis Park, John Davis Gym & Community Center,
Keller Field, Main St. Boat Launch, Lake Road Boat Launch

Madisonville Area

Fairview Riverside State Park
Fairview Dr.

Mandeville Area

Fontainebleau State Park

Tammany Trace - Caboose Trailhead &
Kids Konnection Playground
Koop Dr.

Mandeville Trailhead
Lafitte St.

Pelican Park -  Recreation District #1
Pelican Blvd.

Paul Cordes Park
E. Causeway Approach, behind City Hall

Tammany Trace - Caboose Trailhead
Kids Konnection Playground
Koop Dr.

Mandeville Trailhead Interactive Water Feature
Lafitte St.

Pelican Park -  Recreation District #1
Pelican Blvd.

East Lakefront Children's Park Interactive Water Feature
block of Lakeshore Drive, Intersection with Jackson Ave.

block of Garden Avenue in Beau Rivage Subdivison

Sunset Point and Fishing Pier
Massena St. at Lake Pontchartrain

Tyler Thomas Park
block of Lamarque, Intersection with Livingston St.

Mandeville Lakefront
Lakeshore Drive at Lake Pontchartrain
Linear park featuring walking/jogging path, park benches
Playground Equipment at Park St.
Gazebo at Carroll St.

Paul Cordes Park
E. Causeway Approach, behind City Hall

Pearl River Area

Bogue Chitto National Wildlife Refuge
Lock One Rd.

Hickory Recreation Center LA 41
Poitevent Park
Hwy 41

Slidell Area

Camp Salmen Nature Park
Camp Salmen Rd.

Heritage Park - Slidell Community Playground
Bayou Lane

John Slidell Park
Robert Blvd.

Fritchie Park
Howze Beach Rd.

Possom Hollow Park
Cousin St.

Griffith Park
Erlanger St.

Veterans Park
Second St.

Rufus Viner Park
Schley St.

Ducksworth Park
Campbell Dr.

Wimbledon Park
Tasmania and Ninth

Rue Rochelle Park

Sam Bosco Park
Rosa and Effie

Lakewood Park
Lakewood and Eastwood

Slidell/Carollo Trailhead
Hwy Slidell, LA

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Culture, Recreation & Tourism

The Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism is responsible for the administration of programs and initiatives related to culture, recreation and/or tourism in St. Tammany. This department facilitates arts programming, the operations of Camp Salmen Nature Park, the St. Tammany Fishing Pier, the Tammany Trace and other public recreation venues and programs.  

The Department wants to encourage all our residents and visitors to Get Outside! St. Tammany Parish has a vast selection of outdoor activities to everyone’s interest. You can explore these opportunities by visiting our Tammany Trails or by clicking here for a complete listing of the many parks and recreation facilities found in our parish.

The St. Tammany Commission on Cultural Affairs (CCA), a division under CRT, has many programs and initiatives available to assist arts organizations and non-profit agencies presenting arts programs that foster development of the arts in St. Tammany Parish. The CCA administers the Decentralized Arts Funding Grant Program, which offers funding to for art events and organizations. The Commission is also responsible for the St. Tammany Parish Public Art Collection and cultural programs like Shake and Stroll at Camp Salmen Nature Park and the President’s Arts Awards. 



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