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Drift Creek Covered Bridge

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Bear Creek Road, Lincoln City, OR
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A peek at some Oregon history.

A labor of love by one family and volunteers; it is located on their property and is a memory of... read more

Reviewed October 8, 2016
Arizonagrandma240
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Oro Valley, Arizona
Don't miss the covered bridges of Oregon!

There are 51 covered bridges in Oregon. The history of covered bridges is very interesting. The... read more

Reviewed September 18, 2016
pinkgirl29
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Lewiston, Idaho
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Bear Creek Road, Lincoln City, OR
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Reviewed October 8, 2016

A labor of love by one family and volunteers; it is located on their property and is a memory of bygone times. History is posted.

1  Thank Arizonagrandma240
Reviewed September 18, 2016

There are 51 covered bridges in Oregon. The history of covered bridges is very interesting. The Drift Creek covered bridge is close enough to visit while staying in the Lincoln City or Newport area. It makes a nice afternoon outing, and the drive to get...More

1  Thank pinkgirl29
Reviewed September 3, 2016

Cool place to see, but only for 15 minutes..a beautiful creek runs under it....but that's all there is to see.

Thank Michael B
Reviewed September 2, 2016 via mobile

I never saw a bridge like this so it was definitely worth a quick stop. We only stayed a few minutes and took some photos. That would be my suggestion - it's only 5 min from highway 101.

Thank Travelin M
Reviewed August 26, 2016

We saw this bridge on our way to a hike... it is very pretty and it is a usable bridge. Lots of photo ops in the area....

1  Thank Bonnieexplores
Reviewed August 19, 2016

This bridge appears to be either on, or adjacent to private property, but that isn't a problem. Last time I was there, it was fun to see what may have been an antique mouse-trap. It looked a little like an old tractor.

1  Thank oregonsenior
Reviewed August 11, 2016 via mobile

This was the first covered bridge that my family has been to. It was very pretty and the story around it very interesting. We had just finished the Drift Creek trail and stopped here on the way back to Lincoln city. Would I go out...More

Thank chicacabo
Reviewed August 2, 2016

We don't search for Covered Bridges so have nothing to compare this to. It was hard to take a good photo. Lots of brush and private property involved.

1  Thank CanineTraveler2
Reviewed August 2, 2016

Very scenic and a good place to take pix. Not worth a special trip unless you are a fan of covered bridges. Further up the road is Drift Creek Falls a nice little hike.

1  Thank lew w
Reviewed July 23, 2016

Nice stop to see a well made covered bridge. Children enjoyed seeing the bridge and walking across it.

1  Thank aUSMCmom
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Jan J
May 31, 2017|
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Response from glinda1 | Reviewed this property |
Highway 101 to Highway 18 (five miles)' then about 4 or 5 miles on Hwy 18. There's a sign indicating where to turn, then another mile or so. Easy peach. Enjoy.
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