Covington in Northern Kentucky is inhabited by some 41,000 people.
Frankfort, the state capital, is located about 65 miles (105 kilometers) to the south of Covington, while Cincinnati is 1 miles (2 kilometers) to the north.
If you’d like to have you’re horizons expanded in Covington, spend an hour or two at the Newport Aquarium and the Creation Museum. Of the many fascinating museums in the city these two are among the most highly talked about.
Enjoy a few hours amid the greens, fairways and bunkers of World of Golf, one of the premier golf courses in Covington. Grab your lucky seven iron and challenge the course average, then finish the day in the clubhouse with a few drinks and laughs with friendly locals.
Hikers will be pleased to learn that Covington also has a few ecological preserves where visitors can enjoy beautiful surrounds and some notable plant and animal species. To walk through one of the major local natural reserves, drive to Big Bone Lick State Park.
Newport on the Levee is the perfect place to head to if you have a passion for shopping and people watching. This is a vibrant attraction packed with clothes and accessory stores and grocery shops.