7 Undeniable Reasons To Visit The Oldest And Longest Covered Bridge In Tennessee

The Harrisburg Covered Bridge has been known by many monikers, including the Pigeon River Covered Bridge, East Fork Bridge or even the now defunct McNutts Bridge. It’s a historic covered bridge that dates back to the 19th century, a true feat of Tennessee engineering and a beautiful sight to see out in the midst of the burgeoning state wilderness. If you haven’t been, we have a few reasons you should.

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Interested in more Tennessee history? The tale of this state between Tennessee and North Carolina is perfectly weird and fascinating.