Beanblossom Bridge


Parke County, Indiana is famous for its covered bridges, but there are lots of lesser-known, less-touristed ones worth spotting, like this one in Brown County. Built in 1880, the bridge is just south of the intersection of IN 135 North and SR 45, on the aptly named Covered Bridge Road. Its proximity to Nashville, Indiana, and other interesting spots makes the bridge worth a visit, but it's enough off the beaten track that you'll have plenty of time to take pictures in the wooded setting and drive back and forth across the bridge a few times before someone else comes along.


near IN135 and Covered Bridge Road
Indiana, United States of America 47448


39.26108200, -86.25534800
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(812) 988-7303

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