Covered Bridges – Montpelier Stowe

North Central VT Covered Bridges

Stowe Mad River Valley VT Covered Bridges

historic vermont covered bridgesThe Northcentral region of Vermont includes the famous ski town of Stowe and the entire Mad River Valley. The Mad River Valley towns of Warren and Waitsfield have historic covered bridges. The famous “Emily’s Bridge” is said to be Vermont’s Haunted Covered Bridge. If you’re in search of covered bridge photo opportunities than consider a visit to Northfield. This town is home to Norwich University and has three beautiful covered bridges all located on Cox Brook road, an easy find off Route 12. Please share your VT Covered Bridge comments. To feature your business, contact us.

Stowe Mad River Valley VT Covered Bridges

montpelier stowe vt convered bridgesEmily's Bridge Emily’s Bridge
Off Route 100
Stowe, VT
Built in 1844, this 48 ft Howe truss bridge spans Gold Brook. It has become famous as Vermont’s only haunted bridge.

Kingsbury Bridge
Off Route 114
Randolph, VT
Constructed in 1904 by an unknown builder the Kingsbury Bridge has multiple Kingpost construction.

Gifford Bridge
Off Route 114
Randolph, VT
Also Constructed in 1904 the Gifford Bridge has single Kingpost construction that suggests that it was converted to a covered bridge from an “open pony” bridge.

Braley Bridge
Off Route 14
Randolph, VT
Similar in construction and type to the Gifford bridge, tricky to drive back to Rt. 14 from this one, consider walking to see it.

Village Bridge
Bridge Street
Waitsfield, VT
Vermont’s second oldest bridge, this 105′ multiple kingpost with burr arch bridge is one of the few with a walkway, completely restored in 1973.

Pine Brook Bridge
Tremblay Street
Waitsfield, VT
Built in 1872 with kingpost construction, restored in 1977.

Warren Bridge
Near Route 100
Warren, VT
Built in 1879-80, this 60′ queenpost has an asymmetrical design.

Orton Bridge
Off Route 2
Marshfield, VT
Located in a field south of Rte 2, this privately owned Queenpost design has two large cupolas.

Moseley Bridge
Off Route 12A
Northfield, VT
Built in 1899 by John Mosely, this modified Kingpost bridge spans 36 ft over the Stony Brook.

Chamberlain Bridge
Off Route 12A
Northfield, VT
Also along Stony Brook , Chamberlain Bridge is a privately owned 22 ft Kingpost built in 1956 by Mahlon Chamberlain.

Slaughterhouse Bridge
Cox Brook Road
Northfield, VT
Built around 1860 this 60 ft Queenpost bridge can be difficult to find. Go 3/10ths of a mile south of Cox Brook Road.

Station Bridge
Cox Brook Road
Northfield, VT
One of three bridges in a row on Cox Brook Road. You can take a picture of this bridge through Second bridge.

Second Bridge
Cox Brook Road
Northfield, VT
The second in a series of bridges on Cox Brook Road.

Third Bridge
Cox Brook Road
Northfield, VT
The third in the series of beautiful red covered bridges on Cox Brook Road in Northfield.

Coburn Bridge
Coburn Bridge Road
East Montpelier, VT
Built in 1851 by Lane Coburn this 69 ft. Queenpost bridge crosses the Winooski River.

Robbin’s Nest Bridge
Off Route 302
Barre, VT
Rebuilt in 1962-64 after the original was lost to the flood of 1927, this is a Queenpost bridge.

Kent’s Corner Bridge
Kent Hill Road
Calais, VT
A privately owned 22 ft kingpost built in 1994 on Kent Hill Road in Calais.

Powerhouse Bridge
Off Route 100C
Johnson, VT
This queenpost bridge crosses the Gihon River, construction date 1872.

Scribner Bridge
Off Route 100C
Johnson, VT
Construction date unknown, this bridge started out as a half height uncovered “pony bridge.” Around 1919 a cover was added.

Union Village Bridge
Academy Road
Thetford, VT
Crossing the Ompompanoosuc River this 111 ft bridge, built in 1867, combines different arches and massive timbers.

Center Bridge
Tucker Road
Thetford, VT
Crossing the East Ompompanoosuc River this 127-foot bridge is similar to the Union Village Bridge.

Moxley Bridge
Route 110
Chelsea, VT
Built in 1883, this 56-foot Queenpost bridge crosses the first branch of the White River.

Flint Bridge
Off Route 110
Tunbridge, VT
Built in 1845, this bridge has wonderful patterns of shadow and light inside it.

Larkin Bridge
Off Route 110
Tunbridge, VT
Built in 1902 by Arthur C. Adams.

Mill Bridge
Off Route 110
Tunbridge, VT
Near a historic mill district, this VT covered bridge also has a great swimming hole.

Cilley Bridge
Off Route 110
Tunbridge, VT
A beautiful covered bridge in a classic rural setting.

Howe Bridge
Off Route 110
Tunbridge, VT
This bridge leads to the Howe farm, a well-preserved group of farm buildings.

Red Bridge
Sterling Valley Road
Morristown, VT
Built in 1896 in Sterling, VT, a town that was abandoned for lack of settlers, this bridge uses both King and Queen post in its design.

Gates Farm Bridge
Off Route 15
Cambridge, VT
Built in 1887, this restored covered bridge sits in a cornfield on the Gates Farm off Route 15.

Poland Farm Bridge
Off Route 108 near Route 109
Cambridge, VT
This 153′ multiple Kingpost and Burr arch bridge is now closed to traffic.

Scott Bridge
Canyon Road
Cambridge, VT
Similar to the Poland Farm Bridge, although still in use to date.

Church Street Bridge
Off Route 109
Waterville, VT
Built between 1877-1895 this Queenpost bridge spans the north branch of the Lamoille River.

Montgomery Bridge
Off Route 109
Waterville, VT
Built between 1877-1895 this queenpost bridge spans the north branch of the Lamoille River.

Codding (or Kissin’) Bridge
Off Route 109
Waterville, VT
Built between 1877-1895 this queenpost bridge spans the north branch of the Lamoille River.

Mill Bridge
Off Route 109
Waterville, VT
Built between 1877-1895 this queenpost bridge spans the north branch of the Lamoille River.

Morgan Bridge
Off Route 109
Waterville, VT
Built between 1877-1895 this queenpost bridge spans the north branch of the Lamoille River.

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