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Covered Bridges

Think you hear the sound of horse hooves clip-clopping along wooden planks as you travel around the Susquehanna River Valley? Well, you’re probably not dreaming – Amish and Mennonite buggies are often spotted on many of our 17 covered bridges in the tri-county region, including one reputed to be the oldest in the Commonwealth. When you take this roadtrip, you'll discover a part of history that's not so far behind you.

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Old limestone walled farmhouses. Church dinners. Streams lined with sycamore. Quaint old cemeteries with handcut, locally-quarried monuments. – Raleigh, Lake Oswego, OR