Historic Eldean Covered Bridge
Travel Though Another Time...
Set amidst the backdrop of Miami County’s vast farmland and the tree-lined corridor of the Great Miami River, the Eldean Covered Bridge is one of only two covered bridges remaining in the county. Built in 1860, the historic bridge, painted in the traditional red, was once the second longest of its kind in Ohio, and is still the longest “Long Truss” covered bridge in the nation. Today, visitors can still cross under the protected barriers of this historic landmark, both on foot and by car. Whether you walk or drive across the bridge, the craftsmanship of the design will no doubt take you to another time in Miami County’s early history. Open year round.
Corner of N. Co. Rd. 25-A & Eldean Rd.