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8 Surviving Historic Covered Bridges in the US Begging to Be on Your Bucket List

Surviving Historic Covered Bridge
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Let’s go back to a simpler time to explore the surviving historic covered bridges in the US!

From the bright facades to the meandering creeks below, surviving historic covered bridges boast a truly undeniable charm.

They evoke a special feeling about life in America, making a person think about horses and buggies, barn raising, gold rushes, and bygone eras when young lovers “courted” each other.

While you no longer need to drive a horse and buggy to visit them (unless, of course, you want to), these bridges are excellent places to enjoy a picnic, take a leisurely hike, or explore our country’s beautiful foliage.

And even though, over the years, many of them have fallen into disrepair and faded away, these 8 surviving historic covered bridges in the US have remained thanks to towns dedicated to preserving historic sites.

While you’re at it, you may also want to chase a few waterfalls because most of the places on our list have a few nearby!

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