Village Bridge in Waitsfield

Village Bridge in Waitsfield

Waitsfield Village Bridge

The Village Bridge in Waitsfield is one of my favorite covered bridges in Vermont. The bridge, built in 1833 and restored in the 1970s, spans the Mad River. This is one of the oldest covered bridges in Vermont and includes a pedestrian walkway.
Vermont has about 100 covered bridges across the state. An informative website with details about Vermont’s covered bridges is www.virtualvermont.com.
9 Comments
  • Cedar ...
    Posted at 13:36h, 25 February Reply

    Is there anything in VT that isn’t interesting or pretty? I don’t think so! 🙂

  • Lorac
    Posted at 15:50h, 25 February Reply

    That is really nice! I love covered bridges, especially ones with history. Great pic!

  • Erin @ I Heart New England
    Posted at 18:51h, 25 February Reply

    I adore covered bridges… so beautiful♥

  • Steve Borichevsky
    Posted at 23:44h, 25 February Reply

    Yes that is a nice bridge! I’ve never been there.

  • Linda
    Posted at 00:07h, 26 February Reply

    Whenever I hear the words “covered bridges” I think of Vermont. I love them.

  • jean luc
    Posted at 07:36h, 26 February Reply

    it’s a beautiful covered bridge , and , i’m sure , with a rich history ! i’m happy to discover such things here , we don’t have same bridges in France
    have a nice day

  • Kelly
    Posted at 01:47h, 27 February Reply

    …beautiful. I wish we had covered bridges around here. Your sky is stunning blue. I love it!

  • Erica Houskeeper
    Posted at 23:54h, 28 February Reply

    Hi Cedar — It is pretty nice over here! Thanks.

    Lorac – Thanks so much! Covered bridges are so interesting. I used to take them for granted, but I’ve learned to appreciate them in my old age 🙂

    Erin — Thanks! Me too.

    Steve – Washington County (where Waitsfield is located), has quite a few covered bridges.

    Linda — That’s so nice. Not a bad way to be thought of!

    Jean Luc — The bridges are a nice piece of history. You have so much wonderful history in France too!

    Kelly — Thanks so much!

  • Tony
    Posted at 07:34h, 01 March Reply

    Que postal mas bonita…saludos Tony

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