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  • Dauphin County Parks and Recreation
    100 Fort Hunter Rd., Tavern House in Fort Hunter Park Harrisburg, PA 17110
    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...
  • Strasburg Scooters
    242 Gap Road Strasburg, PA 17579
    There are some thrills of driving that you just don't get enclosed in a car. Enjoy our guided scooter tour through Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Choose from a single-seat scooter or a 50cc Scoot...
  • Route 274 Loysville, PA 17047
    Built in 1864 and then rebuilt in 1904, it is one of four covered bridges that spans Sherman's Creek.
  • Route 104 Meiserville, PA 17101
    Built 1884, this bridge spans North Branch of Mahantango Creek. 67-foot long, Burr-truss style construction.
  • Downtown Altoona, PA 16602
    This steel bridge, designed by Herman Haupt, was used by the Pennsylvania Railroad between 1851 and 1861. It is currently being restored.
  • 2395 Covered Bridge Drive Lancaster, PA 17602
    Tour Lancaster County's Amish Farm and House.  Opened nearly 60 years ago, The Amish Farm and House has hosted generations of visitors to Lancaster County. History awaits you! Our Farm and House...
  • Stoney Point Rd. Gettysburg, PA 17325
    Located on private land, Anderson Farm Covered Bridge crosses a pond on the west side of the road. It is a charming example of a Burr-arch truss bridge.
  • Bailey Road Amity, PA 15311
    Bailey brothers owned the property where this bridge was built in 1889. Burned in 1994, this reconstruction is 15 by 66 feet and is the last Burr arch covered bridge in Washington 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.
  • Off Rt 281 to Ream Road to Covered Bridge Road Rockwood, PA 15557
    Built around 1845, the two-span Barronvale Bridge is the longest covered bridge in Somerset County. The wooden arches were added when repairs were made to the bridge in 1907. It spans the Laurel...
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