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Bridgeton Covered Bridge, Rockville

4.6
#36 of 107 in Sightseeing in Indiana
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  • The mill still operates. The little town doesn't have much and you could make a quick visit that is great for photos.  more »
  • Nice bridge to see. Great pictures. Nice little place. There is a little playground for kids. Don't think anything much is open during the off season but if you are there to look at the bridge it's a ...  more »
  • Stopped here on a motorcycle ride. Truly a beautiful site to see. Great place with excellent photo opportunities. Every shot looks like a post card. There is also a place to stop and have ice cream. V...  more »
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  • Favorite place in Parke County... just a simple and peaceful little town with lots of civic pride, a historical mill and covered bridge. Not a lot of activity as a general rule, but bursting at the seams during the Covered Bridge Festival time.
  • Beautiful! Come here when covered bridge festival is NOT in town, and stop by the mill. The owner is an amazing guy to talk to. And he loves to tell his story.
  • Historic working mill, very scenic location
  • Lots of great memories from the past and yet to make
  • New bridge, but just as good as old one. Food n souvenirs nearby makes this a go to bridge