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Visitors come from near and far to visit the 18 covered bridges sprinkled across Ashtabula County.

The South Denmark Bridge.

The South Denmark Bridge.


The Giddings Road Bridge was restored in 1995 and crosses Mill Creek in Jefferson Township.

The Giddings Road Bridge was restored in 1995 and crosses Mill Creek in Jefferson Township.


The Doyle Road Bridge is a lattice bridge that was built in 1868. Doyle spans Mill Creek. This bridge was renovated in 1987 when a laminated arch was added.

The Doyle Road Bridge is a lattice bridge that was built in 1868. Doyle spans Mill Creek. This bridge was renovated in 1987 when a laminated arch was added.


The South Denmark Bridge in Jefferson, near Ashtabula, was built in 1890 and spans Mill Creek. The 81-foot structure is easily accessible.

The South Denmark Bridge in Jefferson, near Ashtabula, was built in 1890 and spans Mill Creek. The 81-foot structure is easily accessible.


The Netcher Road Bridge is constructed over Mill Creek in Jefferson Township and features a timber arch with a
“Neo-Victorian” design structure. It was built in 1998.

The Netcher Road Bridge is constructed over Mill Creek in Jefferson Township and features a timber arch with a “Neo-Victorian” design structure. It was built in 1998.