Spend The Day Exploring These Four Covered Bridges In Pennsylvania

A drive through Pennsylvania leads to plenty of surprises – from unexpected waterfalls to one-of-a-kind roadside attractions. Chances are we’ll pass a covered bridge or two, too. Covered bridges harken back to a simpler time. At one time, in fact, Pennsylvania had more than 1,500 covered bridges. That number has since dwindled to around 200 today. If you’re up for a bit of exploration, head to these four covered bridges in Pennsylvania. Driving time is just a half an hour and spans 16 miles.

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Want to learn more about each of the covered bridges? Head over to the official website of Indiana County Parks and Trails. Or, go here for Facebook.

Do you have any favorite covered bridges in Pennsylvania? Tell us about them in the comments! Did you know that Pennsylvania’s also home to a haunted covered bridge? Will you experience the paranormal when you visit Sachs Covered Bridge in Gettysburg?

Address: Kintersburg Covered Bridge, Musser Rd, Marion Center, PA 15759, USA
Address: Harmon Covered Bridge, 2544 Donahue Rd, Creekside, PA 15732, USA
Address: Trusal Bridge, Trusal Rd, Creekside, PA 15732, USA
Address: Thomas Covered Bridge, 180 Thomas Covered Bridge Rd, Indiana, PA 15701, USA