P: 985.892.0711 F: 985.892.1029
Doors open 6:30 PM
Ages 6-12 must play a 6/10 PACK…$7.00
13 and older must play at least one 12/10 PACK….15.00
Children under 6 …..Do not play
SPRING SEASON DATES: MARCH, APRIL & MAY
FALL SEASON DATES: SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER & NOVEMBER
(SEASON TICKET HOLDERS HAVE FIRST OPTION RENEWAL)NEW SEASON TICKETS AVAILABLE AS WELL AS SINGLE SHOW TICKETS
To Purchase Tickets: Contact Kathy Armand 985-892-0711 (Mon - Fri 9am -5pm) or call her cell 504-214-7777.
Tickets may be paid for by:
Performances are held the third Saturday of the month in the Spring and Fall.
Opening schedule for each performance:
At the Abita Springs Town Hall:
The concession counter will be offering for purchase:
*It's a wonderful time! Enjoy an Abita Beer or Coffee & Desert!
A trip to Abita would not be complete without a visit to the Mystery House! Set in an old vintage gas station, this funky and wildly eclectic museum is an outrageously fun place your whole family will enjoy. Museum Curator, John Preble, is as equally as interesting as the fascinating collection of "things” he has on display.
Please visit their website for details:
Tammany Trace is a 31 mile bike path that stretches from Covington to Slidell. Our Trailhead, which sits right on the Trace, is the perfect spot to take a break from biking, running, roller blading or just a leisurely walk. The Trace was once a part of the Illinois Central railroad and goes straight through the center of town. It is a beautiful way to view Abita Springs.
Visit Tammany Trace for more details.
Located on the Abita River, the Trailhead & Park has several sheltered picnic tables, historic pavilion, splash pad, Town Museum and a children's playground. The pavilion was designed by Tomas K. Sully for the New Orleans Cotton Centennial Exposition of 1884 and later moved to Abita Springs and reconstructed over the then famous flowing spring.
After Hurricane Katrina, the pavilion and historic Museum building were relocated to the entrance of the park. This began our entire Park improvement project. We are proud of our award-winning Trailhead & Park and continually enhance and improve it. It has truly become a destination spot for residents and visitors alike.
Park Location – 22049 Main Street Abita Springs, LA 70420
Park Hours – Open Dusk till Dark.
The Abita Springs Trailhead Museum is a quaint folk art museum located at 22049 Main Street. The mission of the museum is to celebrate, display and support the history and culture of Abita Springs.
P.O. Box 461
22161 Level Street
Abita Springs, LA 70420
Our Abita Springs Park sits alongside the picturesque 31 mile long bike path, the Tammany Trace and next to the beautiful Abita River. It features a Great Lawn which is perfect for a picnic. The Park is anchored by two of the most historic buildings in St. Tammany Parish, our Pavilion, and the old Long Branch Hotel's Bachelor's Quarters, which now houses our Museum.
The Abita Beer Plaza offers a bandstand that features live music regularly. Future projects to be completed soon in the Park include additional trails and an Amphitheater that will honor the spot of the original Spring.
The Park is the home to many regular festivals and events such as the annual Abita Water Festival, the Abita Springs Gospel Jubilee, Opry Fest and the Abita Beer Chili Cook-Off to name a few. The park is open daily from dawn till dusk.
Our Abita Playground is the only one of its kind. It's design is uniquely "Abita” . This playground was built by hundreds of volunteers from throughout our community and beyond, organized by local non-profit, Friends of the Park. The group worked with local school children to incorporate their playground ideas into reality.
Features include the ‘Abita River Monster” and "Choctaw Trading Post”. The zip-line is a favorite! Playground is located next to the Great Lawn and is open during regular park hours, dawn till dusk.
Located near the Museum, this water feature has quickly become the favorite way for local kids to cool off on hot summer days.
Dozens of water jets spray Abita water high in there at varying heights and intervals for the children (and some grown-ups too!) to play under.
Shade areas and benches surround the popular play spot. Open during regular park hours: dawn till dusk.