Visit 5 Kentucky Kissing Bridges In This Epic One Day Road Trip
By Sarah McCosham|Published August 10, 2022
I write like it's my job - because it is! I have a Master's in English and love words: crossword puzzles, Scrabble games, Wordle, and, of course, good, old-fashioned books.
I'm a writer and editor at OnlyInYourState, and a contributing writer at Cincinnati Magazine. I love the Great Outdoors and am endlessly awestruck by this beautiful country of ours. Coffee keeps me going, yoga keeps me sane, my kids keep me grounded, and my writing keeps me inspired.
Once upon a time, there were beautiful bridges that served as gathering spots of rural communities. Covered bridges — also called kissing bridges — were found all over Kentucky, spanning the state’s myriad rivers and creeks. Today, these once-ubiquitous structures are a rarity, but that doesn’t mean they don’t exist. Kentucky, a state that celebrates the past, has several stately kissing bridges still in existence, and they continue to offer a place for meeting, and maybe even a little smooching, too. This day trip visits five kissing bridges in Kentucky, and we guarantee you’ll fall in love with these charming places.