The Longest Covered Bridge In Missouri, Locust Creek Covered Bridge, Is 151 Feet Long

Get a glimpse into days gone by. To the days of covered bridges, horses and buggies, and a simpler time in Missouri and in America. Once upon a time, Americans crossed more than 12,000 covered bridges across the United States. Today, that number has dwindled to a mere 1,000. Only four remain in Missouri. Among those that remain is Locust Creek Covered Bridge, the longest covered bridge in Missouri.

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Address: 16957 Dart Rd, Laclede, MO 64651, USA