The beauty of New Hampshire at any time of year is unrivaled by any other state in New England. Sure, Maine has a nice coast and Vermont has green hills, but New Hampshire has a laid-back beauty you just can’t find in the same way anywhere else. Maybe it’s just a feeling, a vibe that hits you when you cross the border, but there’s no place else we’d rather explore when we have some free time for a road trip. If you feel the same and you’re looking for a bit of adventure guidance, consider checking out the quaint covered bridges in Sullivan County New Hampshire. While all of the covered bridges in New Hampshire are fun to see, we love that these are all located near one another, making them an easy one-day road trip.

There are at least 15 other New Hampshire covered bridges, so be sure to search them all out the next time you want to have an adventure. These are some of the best covered bridges near me and I think you’ll agree. Do you have any favorites? We’d love to hear about them in the comments. Or, if you’ve visited these bridges in NH and have any tips or tricks to making the adventure fun, we’d love to hear those too. Of course, you can’t possibly go exploring without being prepared for a proper road trip. To do that, you’ll need to refer to the ultimate road trip packing list.

And, if you’re looking for other ways to enjoy history in New Hampshire, check out the Richard Jackson House. It’s the oldest in the state!

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Covered Bridges in New Hampshire

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Are there any covered bridges in New Hampshire?

There are quite a few covered bridges in New Hampshire. A few you should visit first include:

  • The Albany Covered Bridge, Albany: Visiting this bridge is a great idea if you love the beauty of New Hampshire. That's not only because the structure is lovely, but also because the journey to get there will take you along the famous Kancamangus Highway.
  • The Cornish-Windsor Bridge, Cornish: At 449 feet long, the Cornish-Windsow Bridge is the longest covered bridge in the state. It's also among the most beautiful.
  • The Blair Bridge, Campton: This is a great covered bridge to visit around Halloween. It's reported to be the most haunted bridge in the state, perfect for those who love a chill up their spine.

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