- Last Updated on Thursday, 31 August 2017 15:56
Held on the third weekend of September, this annual tradition is the official kick-off the fall festival season.
|Ebeneezer Bridge Washington County|
This year’s event is presented by EQT and will be held on September 16 and 17. The festival features 10 historic covered bridges located throughout Washington and Greene Counties. Each of the 10 festival locations offers a charming atmosphere and an array of activities, including handmade arts and crafts, homestyle food, historic re-enactments, demonstrations, children's activities and live entertainment. Each bridge is sponsored by a local community group, guaranteeing a unique experience.
Choose your destinations based on location and events, including civil war re-enactments, horse and wagon rides, petting zoos, historic village tours, live entertainment, handmade arts and crafts and home-style foods. Kids will especially enjoy the face painting, train rides, zip lines, bounce houses and more!
Admission and parking are free with many locations offering handicap accessible parking. For a map of the festival and schedules by location, go to www.visitwashingtoncountypa.com.
For additional info or questions, please contact the Washington County Tourism Promotion Agency by email at info@VisitWashingtonCountyPA.com. You can also visit their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/CoveredBridgeFestivalPA/
WASHINGTON COUNTY COVERED BRIDGES / FESTIVAL SITES
Brownlee Bridge McGuffey Community Park
Ebenezer Bridge Mingo Creek County Park
Henry Bridge Mingo Creek County Park
Hughes Bridge Amwell Township
Krepps Bridge Mt. Pleasant Township
McClurg Bridge Hanover Township Park
Pine Bank Bridge Meadowcroft Rockshelter & Historic Village
Wyit Sprowls Bridge East Finley Township Park
GREENE COUNTY COVERED BRIDGES / FESTIVAL SITES
Carmichaels Bridge Carmichaels
White Bridge Garards Fort