When’s the covered bridge festival in Indiana? Welcome to INDIANA’S LARGEST FESTIVAL! This countywide festival will take place from October 14-23, 2022. The Parke County Covered Bridge Festival – showcases the county’s 31 historic covered bridges and features authentic arts and crafts, fantastic food, and beautiful fall foliage.
What town in Indiana has the most covered bridges? Parke County is located on the west side of Central Indiana, about 60 miles from Indianapolis. It is home to towns like Rockville, Marshall, Bloomingdale, and Mecca. In total, there are 31 covered bridges in this county, making it the covered bridge capital of the world.
How many people attend the covered bridge festival in Indiana? The Parke County Covered Bridge Festival had been running every autumn since its beginnings in 1957 and has been Indiana’s largest festival, drawing an estimated 2 million people a year throughout the county.
Where are the covered bridges located in Indiana?
|Billie Creek Bridge||Billie Creek Village, Rockville, Parke County|
|Bowsher Ford Bridge||Tangier, Parke County||Mill Creek|
|Bridgeton Bridge (new)||Bridgeton, Parke County||Big Raccoon Creek|
|Busching Bridge||Versailles, Ripley County||Laugher Creek|