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  • Fallasburg Covered Bridge, Pioneer Village & School - Lowell

    Completed at a cost of $1500, Fallasburg Bridge stretches 100 feet long and stands 14 feet wide and 12 feet high. The Fallasburg Bridge is one of only three covered bridges open to vehicle traffic in Michigan. Historic Fallasburg...

  • Fisher's Covered Bridge - Mount Pleasant

    Fisher's Bridge stands on a beautiful trail in Isabella County's Deerfield Park six miles west of Mt. Pleasant. Originally built in 1968 and rebuilt in 1996 to replace the bridge destroyed by fire in 1995. It is used only by hikers,...

  • Frankenmuth's Wooden Covered Bridge - Frankenmuth

    A 239 foot, 230 ton covered bridge made completely of wood which spans the Cass River in Frankenmuth and joins the Bavarian Inn Lodge and the festival grounds, parking to Main Street. Frankenmuth Holz Brucke (wooden bridge) is a...

  • Historic Bowen's Mills Bridge - Middleville

    The covered bridge at Historic Bowen's Mills in Delton is located to the south of the mill structure. It was designed by the first generation miller, Neal H. Cook and is a quaint scale replica of the covered bridge that crossed the...

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    International Bridge - Sault Ste Marie

    The International Bridge spans the St. Mary's River and carries international traffic between Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, and Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada. The International Bridge at Sault Ste. Marie is the only vehicular...

  • Joshua's Crossing Covered Bridge - Lake Ann

    The covered bridge in Lake Ann was built in 1995 so that guests could access the back of the Herendeen Lake Resort property. The 90-foot bridge crosses a ravine and small creek. Joshua's Crossing was named after Joshua Gabrick, son of...

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