Caine Road Covered Bridge Is The Most Irresistably Charming Roadside Attraction In Ohio
By Sarah McCosham|Published September 06, 2022
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If there’s anything more irresistibly charming than an old, covered bridge, we sure don’t know what it is. The original roadside attraction, covered bridges harken back to a simpler, slower time that’s just plain delightful to revisit. In Ashtabula County, the Caine Road Covered Bridge is a glorious work of architectural art that, while not one of the Buckeye State’s oldest, has the distinction of being the first Pratt truss bridge in Ohio, and it’s a beguiling beauty sure to capture your heart.