Wednesday, October 6, 2010

46. George Rogers Clark Park

This park is named after Revolutionary War soldier and General George Rogers Clark. It is believed that the area that is now Covington was used as a mustering place for Clark’s army to fight the Indians who were invading from Ohio. Among the statues that can be found in the park is one of pioneer Simon Kenton and one of Captain Mary B. Greene, a boat master and river pilot. It is a nice, quiet, and shaded park perfect for relaxation.

George Rogers Clark Park
Corner of Riverside and Garrard, Covington

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