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Fun Things To Do In Covington


If you are traveling to Augusta, GA and making time to stop and or stay in Covington, GA. The following lists of must-see sights will make your experience in Covington an unforgettable one. If you are staying in a hotel, with a friend, or simply just stopping through town, take time to visit the Welcome Center right off the Square for your chance to see memorabilia from your favorite shows such as: “In the Heat of the Night”, “Dukes of Hazzard”, and don’t forget The Vampire Diaries.
Next stop, is Covington Square, not only can you travel “Back to the Future” by visiting the famous Clock tower but you can also dine at Mystic Grill to get your Vampire Diaries fix. As you journey through the square, grab a delicious baked good and coffee at Bread & Butter. Then make time to grab a scoop of ice cream from the cutest ice cream shop on the square, Scoops. Burn a few calories by shopping. Treat yourself to the fantastic smells from The Soap Box which features delicious smelling soaps, bath bombs, and more so that you can relax, refresh, and recharge.
If you would like to grab a few gifts to take home to loved ones, make a stop at Maddie Mae for apparel, toys, gifts, and more. Be sure to grab some delicious olive oil from Town Square Olive Oil for the chef in your life. If you would like to see fantastic art from local and national artists, swing into Wild Art. Next, you can’t leave without some new fashions. Visit Southern Roots, Shelvie Jean, Sweet River, and Revolution just to name a few!
If you have any energy left, take the self-guided homes tour to see some of Covington's most beautiful homes with locations that have inspired some of America’s most celebrated films such as “Gone With the Wind.”

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