Arkansas’ 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 these covered bridges in Arkansas preserved in pictures. Let’s travel together around our great state to marvel at these timeless relics..

Wanna see more of these bridges? Check out this YouTube video by Joey Hunter highlighting some of Arkansas’ covered bridges.

Thanks to Dale J. Travis and the photographer contributors who shared their work. Even the covered bridges in Arkansas 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.

For more charming and historic bridges, you can read our post about 25 bridges in Arkansas that everyone should see. Also, if you’ve ever searched for covered bridges near me, then we encourage you to take a covered bridge road trip to witness some of these relics for yourself.

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