27 Covered Bridges That Will Amaze You

Here are some photos of outdoor bridges with covering. They are located in the United States and Canada so you will need a map to find them all.

The purpose of covering is to shield the trusses and deck from the outdoor elements and make it last longer.

Most of these are over 100 years old as many were built from 1825 – 1900.


New England covered bridge during Fall foliage season



Inside Sachs covered bridge near Gettysburg Pennsylvania



Hannah Covered Bridge in Linn County Oregon



New York State



Covered bridge located in northern New Hampshire



Gold Brook in Stowe Vermont




Frankemuth, Michigan



Bridge over the Walloomsac River in Bennington, Vermont




Taftsville Covered Bridge in Quechee Vermont.



Goldbrook Covered Bridge in Stowe, Vermont



Bridgeton, Indiana



Ashuelot Covered Bridge



The longest wooden covered bridge in the world located in Hartland, New Brunswick, Canada




Centennial Park in Plymouth Indiana




Dummerston covered bridge is 267 long and 22 wide




Arlington Covered Bridge in Vermont



Vermont covered bridge surrounded by colorful fall foliage



McVetty-McKenzie covered bridge made of wood and dating from 1893 is located in Gould, Lingwick, Estrie, Quebec Canada



Fitzsimmons Creek covered wooden bridge, Whistler, BC, Canada



Pedestrian bridge over the kicking horse river



Red Wooden Covered Bridge on a Forest Road in Fundy National Park, New Brunswick, Canada



Berks County, Pennsylvania



Walkersville covered bridge, 1903, West Virginia



Ada Michigan


Ada Michigan



Lantermans Mill in Mill Creek Park in Youngstown Ohio. Built in 1989.



Woodstock, Vermont