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Neet Covered Bridge, Rockville

4.9
#2 of 7 in Things to do in Rockville
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The Neet Covered Bridge is a Burr Arch single span structure that was built by Joseph J. Daniels in 1904 over Little Raccoon Creek southwest of Rockville, Indiana.
It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.
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  • Loved seeing all the covered bridges that have been so lovingly maintained, restored & loved over the decades. Such a great time seeing history while it still exists. Memorable towns and even more...  more »
  • Some of the covered bridges are a little challenging to find and on unpaved roads, but this one is on the main road between Bridgeton and Rockville. You cannot drive across it, but it is "set aside.....  more »
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  • pretty good covered bridge to stop at if you want to have a picnic lunch. There's plenty of parking when it's not crowded. Probably less crowded during the week than on a weekend. We were there during the week and we were the only ones there
  • It is not an operating covered bridge. I did walk through it and enjoyed the history. I didn't see any real good places to park though.

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