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.
Forever Mystic Falls-Vampire Diaries Lives On
After centuries of quarreling, Stefan and Damon Salvatore return to their original town of Mystic Fall Virginia. Stefan, the selfless, brave, guilt-ridden brothers meets a high school girl named Elena Gilbert who he instantly falls in love with. While Damon the gorgeous, dangerous, and selfish vampire is after his brother's girl to pay him back for making him turn into a vampire in 1864.
If you are traveling to or through Covington, GA and you have a sweet tooth; you have to make a visit to the charming shop “Scoops.”
Located just 1hr and 45 minutes from Augusta, Covington, Georgia is a treasure of a city built on rich history and traditions. The official “Hollywood of the South” has been the shooting location for many shows and movies including “The Vampire Diaries,” “Dukes of Hazzard,” “In the Heat of the Night,” “HGTV Lakefront Bargain Hunt,” “Selma,” “Remember the Titans,” and more.
One of the most charming and inviting aspects of staying in Covington, GA while traveling to The Masters is the quaint and comfortable Bed and Breakfast option that will help you get away from large crowds and experience more of an “at home” feel.
Aside from having great restaurants, shopping, tours, and great film locations, Covington, GA offers a rich and exciting history full of great businesses, people, and places. This information was put together by Mrs. Irene Robinson Smith and the late Mrs. Sara Clay Patterson. Both functioned as presidents of the Newton County Historical Society and The Covington Garden Club as shared on: http://bryanpulliam.com/2017/02/05/covington-ga-history/