|Statement||Wayne M. Weber.|
|LC Classifications||TG24.I6 W43|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||72 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||81103756|
Parke County has 31 historic bridges, many built in the s and still in use. They're especially charming nestled amid fall foliage, and autumn is a great time to hike or go on a . A Guide to the Covered Bridges of Parke County, Indiana This guide will help you easily locate, explore and enjoy the thirty-one historic covered bridges in Parke County. Each of the 72 pages in this book is packed with information about the covered bridges of Parke County, Indiana including: Covered bridge history and design. 89 rows This is a list of Indiana covered bridges. There are 98 historic wooden covered bridges in . Sims Smith Covered Bridge, Parke County, Indiana The covered bridges of Parke County are well-known tourist attractions in Parke County, Indiana, United States, which touts itself as the "Covered Bridge Capital of the World". The county claims to have more covered bridges than any other county in the United States.
Home of Indiana's Largest Festival. The Parke County Covered Bridge Festival™ October , Parke County is home to 31 Covered Bridges all found in a rustic, charming setting. Each covered bridge comes with its own unique past. Start planning your visit here. Title: Parke County - the covered bridge county of Indiana. Published: [Rockville, Ind.: Parke County Covered Bridge Festival Association, ]. Edition: Scale ca [,]. Full image available online. I IPa58c () [small map] Title: Parke County, the covered bridge county of Indiana. Welcome to our latest edition of the Parke County Guide. Parke County is nationally recognized for its Covered Bridges. Over /2 million visitors annually visit the Covered Bridge Capital. Parke County has far more than famous bridges to entertain and enchant its guests. Its relaxed atmosphere and scenic beauty with three state parks, old mills, and waterfalls are complimented by the many. Parke County has 31 covered bridges and describes itself as the Covered Bridge Capital of the World. It is the site for the Parke County Covered Bridge Festival which has been held in October each year. This area had been occupied for thousands of years by succeeding cultures of indigenous peoples.
The four-page discussion of covered bridge design and builders is just the right length. I really like the pair-of-pages-for-each-bridge layout and the "History" paragraphs associated with each bridge. This is the "essential" guide to Parke County and its covered bridges. --Bill Brandenburg, Member, Indiana Covered Bridge Society5/5(1). Take a virtual tour through Marsha Williamson Mohr's book Indiana Covered Bridges. The photographs capture the timeless and simple beauty of . Parke County: Indiana's Covered Bridge Capital by Mohr, Marsha Williamson and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at We had the best adventure searching for all 31 covered bridges in Parke County, Indiana. All of the bridges were amazing. Love all the history in this area. We traveled on dirt and gravel roads and found all the bridges. Had a great time. Well worth a visit. Will do it /5(27).