This Day Trip Takes You To 9 Of New Hampshire’s Covered Bridges And It’s Perfect For A Scenic Drive

Nothing screams New Hampshire more than a covered bridge. Not only do they look quaint, but they remind us of the rich history that went into creating the New Hampshire that we know and love today. A drive through the countryside will often reveal a few beautiful bridges, but it’s not hard to plan a day that purposefully leads to some of the best. In fact, there’s one county that has enough covered bridges in a small area to warrant a lovely day trip. Hop in the car in Sullivan County for under 2 hours of actual driving and you’ll see some of our favorites. Click here for full directions for this 70 mile, 2-hour trip.

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The longest covered bridge in America is right here in New Hampshire and here are 9 reasons we think you should make a visit.