This Day Trip Takes You To 5 Of Greater Cleveland’s Covered Bridges And It’s Perfect For A Scenic Drive

There’s something so quaint and picturesque about covered bridges. These structures have largely gone out of fashion over the years due to road and bridge building, but that only makes them all the more exciting to discover. Here in Northeast Ohio, there are a handful of nearby bridges that are worth exploring… and many Greater Cleveland covered bridges are closer to home than you might think! Get ready for a road trip, because these bridges are begging for a visit.

These Greater Cleveland covered bridges are a treat to see in any and every season. Did any of these local landmarks surprise you? What other nearby covered bridges would you recommend? Share your thoughts in the comments!

Ashtabula County has the most covered bridges in this part of Ohio. If you’re ever in the area during the fall, you have to check out the Ashtabula County Covered Bridge Festival!

Address: Everett Road Covered Bridge Parking Lot, 2247 Everett Rd, Peninsula, OH 44264, USA
Address: Charles A. Harding Memorial Covered Bridge, Main St, Olmsted Falls, OH 44138, USA
Address: Walter F Ehrnfelt Covered Bridge, Whitney Rd, Strongsville, OH 44149, USA
Address: Maple Highlands Trail Covered Bridge, Burton-Windsor Rd, Middlefield, OH 44062, USA
Address: Windsor Mills Covered Bridge, 7696 Warner Hollow Rd, Windsor, OH 44099, USA

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