Joseph Swift Phillips founded the city of Covina in 1882 on a 2,000-acre (8.9 km 2) tract. 

Absorbing Sight Of Covina, CA

                          

The Museum houses a wealth of ink-wash and oil paintings, calligraphy, sculptures and other artistic treasures. 

H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III Cultural and Art Museum

                          

Puddingstone Reservoir is a 250-acre lake that provides opportunities for boating, fishing, wind surfing and boating. 

Walnut Creek Community Regional Park

                          

Neighborhood park with a hockey rink, softball field, picnic areas & halls for event hire 

Covina Park

                          

Low on green space, Covina officials last year applied for park development funds from the California Department of Parks and Recreation. 

Cougar Park

                          

Volunteers from the Covina Val Historical Society staff it, and they can answer questions or guide you around. 

Covina Firehouse Jail Museum

                          

Spacious park featuring baseball & football fields, a picnic gazebo & kids’ play structures. 

Cortez Park

                          

This park has many trees, a picnic area with grills, and a playground for the kids to come out and have fun and get some exercise! 

Jalapa Park