9 Undeniable Reasons To Visit The Oldest And Longest Covered Bridge In Indiana

History abounds throughout the Hoosier State. If you’re struggling with where to find it, check out the nation’s longest covered bridge. Located near Medora, this incredible site is worth a trip from any corner of the state.

This list includes fun facts and smart reasons to plan a trip to this see this ancient bridge. Check it out:

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The Medora Covered Bridge is located at IN-235, Vallonia, IN 47281.

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Address: IN-235, Indiana, USA