List of covered bridges in Washington (state) facts for kids
Below is a list of covered bridges in Washington state. There are five authentic covered bridges in the U.S. state of Washington, and one of them is historic. A covered bridge is considered authentic not due to its age, but by its construction. An authentic bridge is constructed using trusses rather than other methods such as stringers, a popular choice for non-authentic covered bridges.
|Cedar Creek Covered Bridge||Clark||Woodland
||1995||83 feet (25 m)||Cedar Creek||Howe||Also called Lynch or Grist Mill Covered Bridge|
|Grays River Covered Bridge||Wahkiakum||Grays River
||1905, 1908, 1989||158 feet (48 m)||Grays River||County of Wahkiakum||Howe|
|Johnson Covered Bridge||Pierce||Gig Harbor
||2005||46 feet (14 m)||Whiskey Creek||Howe|
|Little Mountain Covered Bridge||Klickitat||Trout Lake
||1987||60 feet (18 m)||White Salmon River||Queen||Also called Farmgate Homestead and Trout Lake Farm Covered Bridge|
|Schafer Farm Bridge||Grays Harbor||Montesano
||1966||72 feet (22 m)||Lagoon||Private||Howe|
|Manning-Rye Covered Bridge||Whitman||Colfax
||ca. 1918||163 feet (50 m)||Palouse River||Private||Howe||Also called Harpole, Colfax, and Road Covered Bridge; destroyed by wildfire|
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