Logan Mills Covered Bridge is the last remaining historic covered bridge in Clinton County, Pennsylvania.
Logan Mills Covered Bridge FAQs
It was constructed around 1874 by an unknown builder/builders.
Yes – use coordinates 41.00566, -77.38598.
64 feet long.
August 6, 1979
It was named after the Logan Mills gristmill located nearby.
NRHP 79002213 (National Register of Historic Places reference number)
WGCB 38-18-01 (World Guide to Covered Bridges number)
Yes – most recently in 2002-2003.
Yes – here is a photo of the bridge in 1973.
Yes – built in 1840, the gristmill was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.
Rosecrans Falls is located just minutes away in Clinton County.
The Choke and Puke Diner in Clinton County is an authentic, old-school American diner!
If you’re looking for more covered bridges, then be sure to check out the Covered Bridges page here on PABucketlist.com!
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