Arkansas March 17, 2016
These 21 Beautiful Covered Bridges In Arkansas Will Remind You Of A Simpler Time
Covered bridges have a peaceful and original kind of beauty. These structures fit very well within Arkansas, a state known for being a scenic splendor. Photographers have made their way around the Natural State and caught these covered bridges on camera, and
Dale J. Travis was good enough to create a state-by-state gallery of America’s covered bridges and other unique structures on the web. We appreciate being able to share the work of these photographers and are happy to see the locations preserved in pictures.
21. North of Centerton Bridge
This Benton County bridge is located across a pond outlet just north of Centerton, Arkansas.
20. Shirley High School Bridge
This modernized style of a covered bridge is located on the Shirley High School campus in Van Buren County.
19. East of Springdale Bridge
This Washington County covered bridge spans Cabin Creek, located east of Springdale.
18. Fletcher Creek Bridge
The Fletcher Creek Bridge is located in west Little Rock a few miles west of Kanis Road and north of Walnut Grove Road.
17. Magic Springs Bridge
This covered bridge is located at Magic Springs and Crystal Falls park in Hot Springs. The bridge spans across a man-made lake in the park.
16. Mountain View Bridge
This Stone County, Arkansas bridge is located across a culvert in Mountain View.
15. Dogpatch Bridge
This bridge over Mill Creek can be found on the grounds of former theme park Dogpatch USA in Newton County.
14. North of Bentonville Bridge
This covered bridge spans across Spanker Creek in Benton County and can be found just north of town on Spanker Creek Road.
13. Crystal Springs Bridge
This covered bridge, located in Garland County, stretches across Spring Branch. The bridge has been converted into a private residence.
12. North of Ponca Bridge
This Newton County, Arkansas bridge spans across Adds Creek outside the town of Ponca.
11. North of Rogers Bridge
This bridge collapsed during the winter of 2010. It was located north of Rogers and spanned Brush Creek.
10. Northeast of Glenwood Bridge
This covered bridge crosses a pond outlet two miles northeast of Glenwood, Arkansas.
9. Northwest of Garfield Bridge
Benton County has a good amount of covered bridges, and this one is located northwest of Garfield across Otter Creek.
8. Northwest of Mulberry Bridge
This bridge can be found across Peene Creek on private property in Crawford County.
7. Northwest of Royal Bridge
This Garland County bridge is located across Bear Creek just north of Brady Mountain Road.
6. Benton Bridge
This bridge spans over across Salt Creek in Benton (Saline County), Arkansas.
5. North of Royal Bridge
Another quaint covered bridge in Garland County spans across a creek just north of the town of Royal.
4. Southeast of Yellville Bridge
This Marion County bridge spans across Dean Branch approximately a mile southeast from the town of Yellville.
3. South of Harrisburg Bridge
This bridge is located across a creek at Parker Homestead on private land. The bridge is south of Harrisburg in Poinsett County.
2. South of Harrison Bridge
This bridge spans across across Crooked Creek in Boone County, Arkansas approximately 3 miles south of Harrison.
1. Northwest of North Little Rock Bridge
Those who have visited Burns Park in North Little Rock will recognize this covered bridge that spans across East Fork White Oak Bayou.
Thanks again to
Dale J. Travis and the photographer contributors who shared their work. Even the covered bridges that are no longer standing have been preserved on film thanks to their effort. These covered bridges bring about thoughts of quiet and blissful countryside settings and days where everyone slowed down enough just to enjoy the view.