Built in 1930, this 110-foot bridge originated in Lane County, where is spanded the McKenzie River. Closed to crossing since 1968, this bridge dound a new life in 1990 when it was disassembled and moved to its current site in Myrtle Creek's Millsite Park, where it is used as a footbridge.
Cannot drive through this covered bridge. Easy to miss. Look for the sign that says "Covered Bridge" with arrows at both ends. The left arrow will lead you to Neal Lane Covered Bridge and the right arrow to Horse Creek Covered Bridge. Best to take pictures in the morning
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