The Enchanting County In Vermont That’s Home To 17 Covered Bridges

Vermont is the state with the highest number of authentic covered bridges per square mile in all of the United States. There is something endearing about these old-fashioned water crossings. Many were built back in the 1800s and stir up visions of horse-drawn buggies making their way from farm to town. These bridges just begged to be photographed and experienced first hand. Explore 17 covered bridges in Windsor County, enough to make a picture perfect day trip.

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How many out of these 17 covered bridges have you visited? There is another water crossing in Vermont that is not so pleasant. Check out the story of this creepy haunted covered bridge here.