Once known as the "Red Bridge," this structure was built in 1876 from timbers milled in Baraboo, Wisconsin and hauled to this location for assembly. A center pier was added in 1927 to support the weight of automobiles. In 1940, the Ozaukee County Board voted to forever preserve this bridge. It is the last historic covered bridge extant in Wisconsin. (A replica covered bridge, the Springwater Volunteer Bridge was built in Waushara County in 1997.)
Posted May 16, 2014, by Nick Glorioso (njg33 [at] hotmail [dot] com)
I used to ride my bicycle to this bridge as a kid (over 40 years ago). The route my friend and I would take was about 55 miles, each way. Now, I ride my motorcycle to the bridge. It has also become a favorite of my daughter.
Cedarburg Covered Bridge
Posted April 18, 2009, by J.R. Manning (thekitchenguy [at] sbcglobal [dot] net)
I was trying out a new device a couple of weeks ago and was able to get this overview shot of the bridge.