With the greatest concentration of covered bridges in the United States, 114 to be exact, a trip to Vermont is not complete until you have visited at least a half dozen. We have listed the ones in our region.
Creamery – Brattleboro, Vt. Whetstone Brooke at Guilford St. built 1879.
Kidder Hill- Grafton, Vt. South branch of Saxtons River on Kidder Hill Rd. Built 1870.
Ledoux Hometown- Reading, Vt. Seasonal Brook. Built in 2008.
Hitchcock-Cormier- Rockingham, Vt. Built in 2008.
Victorian Village- Rockingham, Vt. Rock Brook at the Vermont Country Store. Built 1872.
Worral Bridgge – Rockingham, Vt. Williams River on Williams road. Built 1870.
Hall- Rockingham, Vt. Saxtons River Hall Bridge Rd. Built 1870.
Brown – Shrewsbury, Vt. Cold River on Upper Cold River Rd. Built 1880.
Baltimore- Springfield, Vt. On dry land. Built 1870.
Scott – Townshend, Vt. West river on back side road. Built 1870.
Great Eddy – Waitsfield, Vt. Mad River on Bridge St. Built 1833.
Pine Brook – Waitsfield, Vt. Pine Brooke on North Road. Buit 1872.
Warren – Warren, Vt. Mad River covered bridge road. Built 1880.
Upper Falls- Weathersfield, Vt. Crosses Black River on Upper Falls Rd. Built 1840
Stoughton- Weathersfield, Vt. Schoolhouse Brook. Built 1880.
Salmond- Weathersfield, Vt. Sherman Brooke on Henry Gould Rd. Built 1875.
Bowers- West Windsor, Vt. Mill Brook on Bowers Rd. Built 1919.
Bests- West Windsor, Vt. Mill Brook on Church St. Built 1889.
Windsor-Cornish- Windsor, Vt. Connecticut River on Bridge St. Built 1866.