9 Covered Bridges In Windsor County Vermont To Photograph This Fall

Vermont Covered Bridges

Windsor County is home to some of Vermont’s best-covered bridges. If you’re visiting the Green Mountain State in the fall, check out these bridges in Windsor County:

Taftsville Covered Bridge (Woodstock)

  • Town: Woodstock, Vermont
  • Year Built: 1836
  • Length: 189 feet long
  • Style: Two-span multiple kingpost truss with an arch
  • River: Ottauquechee River
  • Directions: Here

Willard Twin Covered Bridge (North Hartland)

  • Town: North Hartland, Vermont
  • Year Built: 1870
  • Length: 128 feet long
  • Style: Town lattice truss
  • River: Ottauquechee River
  • Directions: Here

Best’s Covered Bridge – aka Swallows Bridge (Brownsville)

  • Town: Brownsville, Vermont
  • Year Built: 1889
  • Length: 37 feet long
  • Style: Tied arch
  • River: Mill Brook
  • Directions: Here

Martin’s Mill Covered Bridge (Hartland)

  • Town: Hartland, Vermont
  • Year Built: 1881
  • Length: 135 feet long
  • Style: Town lattice truss
  • River: Lulls Brook
  • Directions: Here

Bowers Covered Bridge (Brownsville)

  • Town: Brownsville, Vermont
  • Year Built: 1919
  • Length: 45 feet long
  • Style: Tied arch
  • River: Mill Brook
  • Directions: Here

Baltimore Covered Bridge (Springfield)

  • Town: Springfield, Vermont
  • Year Built: 1870
  • Length: 37 feet long
  • Style: Town lattice truss
  • River: Black River
  • Directions: Here

Willard Twin Covered Bridge (North Hartland)

  • Town: North Hartland, Vermont
  • Year Built: 2001
  • Length: 80 feet long
  • Style: Town lattice truss
  • River: Ottauquechee River
  • Directions: Here

Upper Falls Covered Bridge (Perkinsville)

  • Town: Perkinsville, Vermont
  • Year Built: 1840 (restored in 1975-76)
  • Length: 120 feet long
  • Style: Town lattice truss
  • River: Black River
  • Directions: Here

Lincoln Covered Bridge (West Woodstock)

  • Town: West Woodstock, Vermont
  • Year Built: 1865
  • Length: 136 feet long
  • Style: Pratt truss with an arch
  • River: Ottauquechee River
  • Directions: Here

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