9 Undeniable Reasons To Visit One Of The Oldest And Longest Covered Bridges In Indiana
History and hidden gems abound throughout the Hoosier State. If you’re struggling with where to find them, one of the nation’s longest covered bridges is in Indiana. 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 the Medora Covered Bridge, the longest covered bridge in Indiana. Check it out:
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Medora Covered Bridge in Indiana
Are there any other covered bridges in Indiana?
The covered bridges in Indiana remind us of a simpler time, and visiting them is an experience that belongs on every explorer's bucket list. Some other bridges to see include the:
- Smith Covered Bridge
- New Brownsville Covered Bridge
- Rush Creek Bridge
- Bridgeton Bridge
- Shieldstown Covered Bridge
- Cox Ford Covered Bridge
- Bean Blossom Covered Bridge
In fact, we love exploring covered bridges so much that we've even put together a covered bridges road trip through Indiana.
What are some hidden gems in Indiana?
Some hidden gems in Indiana include:
- Ardmore Quarry in Fort Wayne
- Roofless Church in New Harmony
- Cowles Bog in Chesterton
- Garfield Park Conservatory and Sunken Gardens
- Amish Acres
- Backyard Roller Coasters
- Friendship Botanic Gardens in Michigan City
Where can I go in Indiana that only the locals know about?
Are you ready to explore Indiana as a local would? Well, good news! We've pinpointed some amazing places in Indiana that only the locals know about, and you won't be disappointed. Some of these places include:
- Rose Island in Charlestown
- Coffee Creek Watershed Conservancy Preserve in Chesterton
- Fifi's Lunch Box in Terre Haute
- Clayshire Castle in Bowling Green
- Hardin Ridge Recreation Area in Bloomington
- Shawn's Southern BBQ in New Albany
- the Gardens at T.C. Steele State Historic Site in Nashville
- Mounds State Park in Anderson