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Downsville Covered Bridge - Downsville, NY

Historic Site
Fall Covered Bridge – Kay Parisi-Hampel

The Downsville Covered Bridge, spans the East Branch of the Delaware River, just south of the Pepacton Reservoir, built in 1854, is the oldest covered bridge in the county and the longest in New York State at 174 feet. Robert Murray was the builder of this bridge at a cost of $1,700.00. Long truss designs are rare to northeastern covered bridges, and this one is the the only historic New York State covered bridge that uses a Long & Queen post truss design.

The Covered Bridge Park is an excellent place to launch canoes & kayaks for river trips down the East Brach of the Delaware River.

Accessibility Notes

Located just south of the Pepacton Reservoir in Downsville, spans the East Branch of the Delaware River. The Covered Bridge is open to only passenger cars and foot traffic. Trucks, SUV's and heavy vehicles can no longer cross the span.

Time Period Represented

1854

Hours

24 hours

Seasons Open

year round

Pricing

none