The Slidell Trailhead

Dated: 02/11/2017

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The Slidell Trailhead is the end (or the beginning, depending on where you start) of The Tammany Trace, located at the Slidell/Carollo Trailhead on Highway 90 (Gause Blvd.) where parking, rest rooms and information can be found. The Tammany Trace is a 31-mile trail that connects Covington, Abita Springs, Mandeville, Lacombe and Slidell. Formerly, the trail was composed of train rails belonging to the Illinois Central Railroad. For more information on the Tammany Trace, please see Slidell plans on changing its Trailhead location from Gause Blvd. to downtown Slidell at Heritage Park, where you will have access to a picnic area, a playground and where you can attend numerous festivals and events. Another feature of the Heritage Park is the 9/11 Memorial Plaza that has a steel beam from the World Trade Center.


photo credit to St. Tammany Parish Government

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Libby Cabrera

Libby is a proud mother of three children and currently resides on the Northshore in Mandeville. She was born and raised in Southern California and has personally moved several times with her family s....

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