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I love covered bridges and I wasn’t disappointed when I saw this one. Apparently, it is the longest covered bridge in the United States. I went down the Indian Creek trail to get a view from below however it started pouring rain and I wasn’t...More
Get the Ashtabula County Covered Bridge Tour Guide. It lists all 19 covered bridges in driving order and also give you a short description and history of that bridge. Absolutely brilliant. We spent the day taking the tour. Not only do you get to see...More
I visit this area a couple of times each year. The covered bridge is famous for being the longest in the the US. It is more modern, and lacks the charm of the traditional covered bridges in the area, but still spectacular in its own...More
This is quite the bridge. Make sure you take a walk across it as the view is wonderful. Also, go down to the lower part and you will find a foot path bridge below. Gorgeous scenery. Be sure to get a picture of the lower...More
Every town in America has a claim to fame, and this might just be Ashtabula's.
This is the longest covered bridge in the United States. In fact, there are only a few larger in the entire world.
This is a relatively new structure, according to...More
This was one of a handful of covered bridges we stopped at on our wine trip thru Ashtabula - Madison - Geneva , OH area there was a pull off were you could take pictures and also a park area where you could actually walk...More
The Smolen Gulf Bridge, definitely, and also definitely the little bridge in Geneva, by Scribblers Coffeehouse and across the street from a winery. Probably Harpersfield, too. The other bridges are ones I don't get to often m