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Ashtabula County Ohio Covered Bridges Trail

Wayne Ashtabula County, OH, USA
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Dwight Warden wrote a review Sep 2020
Blackduck, Minnesota8 contributions2 helpful votes
My wife and I had a great day exploring part of the covered bridge trail. The scenery is beautiful and worth the drive on paved and gravel roads. We picked up a map at the Covered Bridge Festival office in Jefferson at the county courthouse. The map was fairly easy to follow but you have to be careful looking for the signs along the road that mark the trail. Be patient with your self and your traveling companion if you make a wrong turn. We were here in mid-September before the leaves turned. We can't image how spectacular the scenery would be a few weeks later. If you are traveling with children or bored teens you might want to consider hitting only a few of the bridges, especially where kids could wade in some of the shallow rivers.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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vox69nn wrote a review Sep 2020
Medina, Ohio1981 contributions138 helpful votes
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I am not sure why the heading for this says WAYNE Ashtabula County. There is, of course, a Wayne County in Ohio and I think there might be some covered bridges there but these counties are not in the same area at all (although they could both be considered in Northeast Ohio). In any event we were staying at Geneva-on- the-Lake and decided to take a few hours to see some of the bridges in the western part of the county. It was a bit of a challenge finding a few of the bridges. I had found a map on line and each bridge had a picture and an address (and a nice short description) but wicked Siri occasionally delivered us to a spot with no bridge whatsoever. So it was sometimes an adventure to find our way to the bridge. Our wanderings did lead us past a number of Amish farms which was a nice diversion. Since I am a New England native, covered bridges are hardly new to me, but visiting these charming structures in their Ohio settings was a pleasant way to spend an afternoon.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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jkzoo wrote a review Aug 2020
Mansfield, Ohio818 contributions182 helpful votes
Picked up a map at the information center/gift shop at Haprpersfield Bridge and headed out - lots of covered bridges and each one is unique. The addresses on the map when using our Garman often told us we were there when there was no bridge in sight but with perseverance you can usually find what you are looking for. Probably a beautiful tour to take in autumn.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Dave M wrote a review Jul 2020
59 contributions27 helpful votes
We had a beautiful day of sightseeing of the covered bridges. Our guide Ginger new all the history of all of the beautiful bridges.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Oh Danny boy wrote a review Jun 2020
148 contributions66 helpful votes
We stopped and looked at many of the bridges and structures. Only thing confusing was that two bridges were listed as the longest in the US. Some have mininium requirments for height and load.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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