The Oldest Covered Bridge In Pennsylvania Has Been Around Since 1825

Historic covered bridges harken back to a simpler time, don’t they? To the days before highways and the Turnpike; to when horses pulled buggies, and picnics along the river were a common way to spend an afternoon. Unfortunately, as time marched forward so did modern advances. Covered bridges gave way to concrete and steel bridges. We’re lucky, however, that PA boasts a slew of covered bridges, including Hassenplug Covered Bridge, the oldest covered bridge in Pennsylvania.

Have you been to the oldest covered bridge in Pennsylvania? Share your experience in the comments! You might also want to add the historic Kinzua Bridge, which boasts a skywalk, to your must-visit list. Click here to read more.

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