Hayes Covered Bridge is one of five remaining covered bridges in Union County, Pennsylvania.
Like the nearby Hassenplug Covered Bridge (the oldest existing covered bridge in Pennsylvania), Hayes Covered Bridge spans Buffalo Creek, just west of Mifflinburg.
Hayes Covered Bridge FAQs
Hayes Covered Bridge is located just off of Route 45, along Hoover Road in Union County.
If navigating by GPS, use coordinates 40.91733, -77.09151 to guide you to the bridge.
It is, but limited to vehicles under 6 feet 6 inches tall.
All other traffic uses a bypass that circles around it.
63 feet long, 16 feet wide.
As mentioned earlier, Hassenplug Covered Bridge, the oldest existing covered bridge in Pennsylvania, is located less than 3 miles east in Mifflinburg.
Nearby Millmont Covered Bridge is the LONGEST covered bridge in Union County.
Factory Covered Bridge is located along Gray Hill Road in Union County, just 2 miles west of the Interstate 80 / Route 15 interchange.
The Abandoned Alvira Munitions Bunkers are a fascinating place to explore the remnants of a WWII military installation, now part of State Game Lands 252 in Union County.
RB Winter State Park is a nearby 695 acre recreational area located in western Union County.
The 8 Best Scenic Overlooks in the Bald Eagle State Forest will introduce you to some of the most amazing vistas in this nearly 195,000 acre expanse spanning 5 counties, including Union County.
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