This Day Trip Takes You To 7 Of Alabama’s Covered Bridges And It’s Perfect For A Scenic Drive

Several covered bridges are located throughout Alabama. While some are still open to drivers, others are closed and can only be viewed. One of the best ways to experience Alabama’s most historic covered bridges is to take a day trip.

Listed below, we’ve mapped a day trip that’ll take you to seven of Alabama’s most famous covered bridges. With a driving distance of 254 miles and a drive time of five hours and seventeen minutes, it can easily be completed in a single day. Even though the following day trip begins and ends in Cleveland, Alabama at the Clarkson-Legg Covered Bridge, you may begin your adventure wherever you wish.

Now, let’s get started:

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For more information about Alabama’s Swann Covered Bridge, be sure to check out our previous article: The Longest Covered Bridge In Alabama Is Nothing Short Of Spectacular.