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Stopped Nov 4 2017; there's a small parking area for 3 or 4 cars on the east side where we parked; the other side of the river has a public boat ramp with larger parking area. From the east side the covered bridge is accessible...More
We have often seen the sign for the Medora Covered Bridge while driving north of Salem on Indiana Highway 135. We never took the time for a detour until the last time. Then we were glad we did. We parked in the sun on the...More
We found this by chance while driving to another destination. It is a great example of lost engineering and architecture. The drive is definitely worth the time.
There was a person there who has helped care for, advertise, support and explain the history of the...More
I decided to stop here while taking a road trip through Southern Indiana. Seeing the longest covered bridge in the United States was worth it. It is not open to vehicular traffic, but it is easily accessible. You can also fish here if you'd like.
Took a longer route home to see the covered bridge. It was worth the extra miles. Very nicely refurbished. Closed to vehicle traffic. Located right off HWY 235 in Medora. You can pull off the road and park and walk along the bridge. There was...More