There’s something undeniably alluring about covered bridges. These historic, somewhat quaint structures remind us of simpler times and also give us an appreciation for the unique engineering. Virginia is lucky to boast several covered bridges, and today, we’ll introduce you to the longest one in the state. Located in Mt Jackson, Meems Bottom Bridge is a true sight to behold. Painted bright red, it’s almost impossible to miss and wonderfully photogenic. Here’s more about what you can expect from your trip to the longest covered bridge in Virginia.

Have you visited Meems Bottom Bridge in Virginia before? What did you think? We’d love to hear all about your experiences in the comments below! If you love covered bridges, don’t forget to read all about Humpback Bridge, the oldest covered bridge in Virginia.

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