Check Out the Historic Jay Covered Bridge
New York › Jay Covered Bridge
Added by Rebecca Nichols
Restored in 2006 and located in the heart of the Adirondacks this covered bridge is worth the stop!
Originally erected in 1857, it was restored to its original state in 2006. The only bridge traffic allowed is pedestrian and bicycle. The bridge resides over the east branch of the Ausable River.
It is currently listed on the State Register of Historic Places.
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