Medora Covered Bridge, built in 1875 by master builder J.J. Daniels, is the longest three-span covered bridge in the United States. Located near Medora on the East Fork of the White River near State Road 235, this bridge was once called the Dark Bridge, because there are no windows. A renovation in 2011 brought the bridge back to its former glory. Several events are held yearly on the bridge by the Friends of the Medora Covered Bridge Society.

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