Ride Guide VT- Our Guide to 5 Vermont Covered Bridges

Ride Guide VT- Our Guide to 5 Vermont Covered Bridges

Vermont is one of our favorite states for exploring covered bridges! With just over 100 covered bridges in the state, this gives Vermont the highest number of covered bridges per square mile in the USA!

Ride Guide VT gives you 5 covered bridges you can visit in a day. We started our day in Massachusetts, taking Route 495 and heading north.  Since we travel by motorcycle, we like to take as many back roads as we can.  Therefore, we try not to stay on the highway for too long!

You can use your GPS and/or maps and plan out your ride based on where you are starting and where you want to end!  If you would like to see the exact roads and routes we took, you can refer to our earlier post titled Vermont Covered Bridges.  That post gives turn-by-turn directions.

Green River Covered Bridge

We really enjoyed this bridge and the area.  Although this bridge is on a dirt road, it is a very pretty, scenic, country road, and that is what we love! 

There are plenty of areas to pull over and take pictures, and this bridge is still open for vehicle traffic.

The Details of Green River Covered Bridge

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Creamery Covered Bridge

We took our ride here in the spring, and it didn’t disappoint! The flowers are amazing!  Although this bridge is now closed to vehicle traffic, there is a nice little parking lot, picnic area, flower garden/area and you can walk through the bridge.

The Details of Creamery Covered Bridge

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West Dummerston Covered Bridge

As you drive towards this bridge you get a beautiful side view of this very long bridge, and it is amazing!  The scenery is pretty, there is a little parking area where you can get out and walk around, and the bridge is still open to vehicle traffic.

The Details of West Dummerston Covered Bridge

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Williamsville Covered Bridge

There is not a lot here! The bridge is nice, and fun to drive through.  Other than that, there really isn’t anything else around in terms of scenery.  It is a nice country road, great for riding!

The Details of Williamsville Covered Bridge

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Scott Covered Bridge

This covered bridge is one of the longest in the state! It is very pretty and has great views! Although you can no longer drive through it, it is fun to walk through and lookout at the amazing scenery!

The Details of Scott Covered Bridge

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Vermont

We love riding all over Vermont and exploring the covered bridges.  This was a great day trip; we loved the country roads and scenery!  Have you visited any of these bridges?

If you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave a comment or send us an email!

Ride Guide VT- Our Guide to 5 Vermont Covered Bridges

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