Hop In The Car And Visit 5 Of Alabama’s Covered Bridges In One Day

There’s no denying that covered bridges are great to visit during the fall season, especially here in the South. Alabama is home to 11 of these incredible structures. While some are still accessible to drivers, others are closed and can only be walked across or viewed up close. A great way to experience Alabama’s covered bridges quickly is to visit several in a single day.

Listed below, we’ve mapped a route that’ll take you to five of Alabama’s most beautiful covered bridges. With a driving distance of 249 miles and a drive time of five hours and eighteen minutes, this route can be accomplished in one day. You’ll even have a generous amount of time to spend at each covered bridge. The route begins at the Cambron Covered Bridge in Huntsville, but you may begin anywhere you wish. If you’re a fan of covered bridges, you don’t want to miss this experience.

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Have you ever visited any of these covered bridges in Alabama? If so, please share your experience(s) with us in the comments below.

To experience more of Alabama’s beautiful covered bridges, you’ll want to take the covered bridge trail that’s featured in the following article: There’s A Covered Bridge Trail In Alabama And You’ll Want To Take It.

Address: 5000 Nature Trail Rd SE, Huntsville, AL 35803, USA
Address: 1590 Swann Bridge Rd, Cleveland, AL 35049, USA
Address: Easley Covered Bridge, Easley Bridge Rd, Oneonta, AL 35121, USA
Address: 35-91 Covered Bridge Cir, Oneonta, AL 35121, USA
Address: 7346 Grist Mill Rd, Childersburg, AL 35044, USA