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Mandeville Trailhead

Mandeville Trailhead

Explore the local history and culture at the Mandeville Trailhead. It is located at 675 Lafitte St, Mandeville, LA 70448. The community area features an amphitheater, splash pad, and a museum that explores the community's history. Families will also appreciate the many recreational opportunities available in this community. There are many places to eat, and a variety of outdoor activities. Also Nearby.

A walk along the trail will take you past the Seven Sisters Oak, a 17-foot tree with a limb span of 153 feet. This tree is estimated to be between 500 and 1500 years old. Other outdoor activities include a public park and 31 miles of bike trails. Visitors can also dine and shop in the area.

The trailhead also features a community market, an amphitheater, and a children's splash fountain. The town also holds free concerts every Friday evening. There is also a Saturday morning market. Bike rentals are available at the Kickstand Cafe, where you can eat sandwiches or veggie wraps. The nearby Rusty Pelican restaurant serves all the classic southern comfort dishes including the local favorite, "Girod St. Burger." The Old Mandeville Business Association also holds events throughout the year. One of the most popular is the Girod St. Stroll where you purchase a themed mug and walk up and down Girod filling up your mug at participating small businesses along the way.

The Mandeville Trailhead is situated adjacent to the Tammany Trace, about four miles from the Tammany Trace headquarters. There are public restrooms, picnic areas, a tower, and an amphitheater where you can watch the sunset or sunrise. The Cultural Interpretive Center also features educational displays, touch screens, and dioramas about local history. The Trailhead is also the home of the Trailhead Community Market, which takes place every Saturday from 9am to 1pm. During this time, local craftsmen and vendors display their wares.

Visiting the Mandeville Trailhead Farmer's Market is an ideal way to get fresh produce and organic products. The market is open on Saturdays and offers a diverse selection of locally grown fruits and vegetables. The farmers market is located at 675 Lafitte Street, and it is free to attend.

The Mandeville Trailhead market is held on land purchased by the St. Tammany Parish government, which was formerly home to the Illinois Central Railroad. The market's uncluttered atmosphere is a great setting for a community market. Craft vendors dominate this market, and there are more woodworking vendors than actual farmers.

There are numerous picnic tables and ample parking at the Tammany Trace Trailhead headquarters. The park also features a fun-filled, interactive playground for kids. There are restrooms, water fountains, and vending machines. The park is pet-free. The trailhead is also a popular destination for hikers and cyclists. Also Check Out.