Central Pennsylvania and Sullivan County in particular has many old wooden covered bridges. There are 3 in close proximity to the Inn and a number of others sprinkled around the counties of our region. Take a couple of hours or a day visiting these 100-year-old structures spanning creeks and rivers.
Travel along the Loyalsock Creek through World's End Park to this 1850's bridge. Drive across to the tiny town of Forksville.
Travel through Wyoming Forest past streams and waterfalls to and over this remote bridge, just a few miles from the Forksville Bridge.
Located just off Route #220 near the turn off to Eagles Mere.
26 covered bridges in nearby counties.
73 covered bridges in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania.