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  • Dauphin County Parks and Recreation
    100 Fort Hunter Rd., Tavern House in Fort Hunter Park Harrisburg, PA 17110
    717-599-5188
    We are host to a diversity of natural, historic and cultural resources. The County's Parks and Recreation Department provides people of all ages the opportunity to learn about and enjoy our...
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  • Spans Middle Creek in Beaver Township Beavertown, PA 17813
    Dreese's Covered Bridge is a great example of the covered bridges that were so important to the area. Covered bridge over Middle Creek, northeast of Beavertown. Come and see it for yourself!
  • Route 36018 Oxford, PA 19363
    610-344-6365
    Pine Grove Bridge is a double span Burr truss bridge that spans Octoraro Creek.
  • Route 19039 Harrisburg, PA 17110
    570-784-8279
    Built in 1887, Fowlersvllle Bridge was one of the last covered bridges built in Columbia County.
  • Covered Bridge Rd. New Wilmington, PA 16142
    Automobile and foot traffic still use this covered bridge located in the middle of the Amish countryside.
  • Harmony Hill Rd. and Rte. 322 West Chester, PA 19382
    610-344-6365
    Harmony Hill Covered bridge is a striking white bridge that has a distinguishing stepped portal.
  • Pearl Exit, Rte. 8 South Clintonville, PA 16372
    The Vision Quest Covered Bridge was built by boys from the Vision Quest facility in 1990. It is a stunning example of contemporary covered bridges.
  • Mowere Rd. Mont Clare, PA 19453
    610-344-6365
    Rapp?s Bridge is an interesting bridge with white portals and weathered sides made of cedar. One of the prettiest bridges in Chester County.
  • Rte. 119 North, Five Points Rd. Indiana, PA 15701-9342
    724-463-8636
    This 41-foot bridge with a 14-foot roadway is located over Plum Creek and was built in 1870. It was named for nearby property owner Robert Trusal. This bridge is the shortest and the oldest of the...
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  • Route 202 Greencastle, PA 17225
    717-597-3818
    Built in 1849, Martin's Mill Covered Bridge is Pennsylvania's second longest covered bridge. This landmark is also situated outside of Mercersburg, President Buchanan's birthplace.
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