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Bridges in Michigan


Bridges by Area

  • NW Lower Peninsula: 35
  • NE Lower Peninsula: 20
  • SW Lower Peninsula: 10
  • SE Lower Peninsula: 7
  • Upper Peninsula: 16
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Michigan Bridges - from Mackinac to Blue Water

Bridges in Michigan

When you cross a bridge, it is the sweeping view or the rolling horizon that holds your attention, not the structure that makes the air solid beneath your feet. These wonders of engineering that cheat difficult terrain and smooth our passage are apt to be taken for granted.

Cameron Crossing Bridge in Alger County

Hiawatha National Forest, N7163 Autrain Forest Lake Road, Au Train, MI 49806, USA - View on Map

Doucette Bridge in Alger County

Hiawatha National Forest, N7195 Autrain Forest Lake Road, Au Train, MI 49806, USA - View on Map

Orchard Hill Bridge in Alpena County

Herron Road, Alpena, MI 49707, USA - View on Map

Chestonia Bridge in Antrim County

1675-1683 West Old State Road, Mancelona, MI 49659, USA - View on Map

Pinney Bridge in Antrim County

Pinney Bridge Road, Mancelona, MI 49659, USA - View on Map

Webster Bridge in Antrim County

Webster Bridge Road, East Jordan, MI 49727, USA - View on Map

Trestle Bridge in Antrim County

408 River Street, Bellaire, MI 49615, USA - View on Map

Huckle Bridge in Arenac County

Arenac State Road, Omer, MI 48749, USA - View on Map

Moffatt Bridge in Arenac County

Maple Ridge Road, Alger, MI 48610, USA - View on Map

Historic Bowen's Mills Bridge in Barry County

200 Old Mill Road Middleville, MI 49333 - View on Map
The covered bridge at Historic Bowen's Mills in Delton is located to the south of the mill structure. It was designed by the first generation miller, Neal H. Cook and is a quaint scale replica of the covered bridge that crossed the Thornapple River in Middleville years ago. It was built in 1982 out of wood that was donated from the old Middleville Mill that was torn down at that time. The awesome beauty of the 17 foot water wheel and the 1864 Grist Mill can be viewed from the bridge.

Black Bridge in Benzie County

South Haze Road, Thompsonville, MI 49683, USA - View on Map

Case Bridge in Benzie County

1300 North Pioneer Road, Beulah, MI 49617, USA - View on Map

Lewis Bridge in Benzie County

Betsie Valley Trailway, Frankfort, MI 49635, USA - View on Map

Red Bridge in Benzie County

Leisure Drive, Thompsonville, MI 49683, USA - View on Map

Woirol Bridge in Benzie County

3860-3946 South Reynolds Road, Thompsonville, MI 49683, USA - View on Map

Haze Bridge in Benzie County

1675-1691 North Haze Road, Beulah, MI 49617, USA - View on Map

Joshua's Crossing Covered Bridge in Benzie County

7700 N Randalls Road Lake Ann, MI 49650 - View on Map
The covered bridge in Lake Ann was built in 1995 so that guests could access the back of the Herendeen Lake Resort property. The 90-foot bridge crosses a ravine and small creek. Joshua's Crossing was named after Joshua Gabrick, son of resort owner Mark Gabrick.

Little Bridge in Branch County

852-898 Athens, Sherwood, MI 49089, USA - View on Map

Studley Bridge in Branch County

1000-1008 Arney Road, Sherwood, MI 49089, USA - View on Map

Rogers Bridge in Charlevoix County

7059-7263 Rogers Road, East Jordan, MI 49727, USA - View on Map

Bascule Bridge in Cheboygan County

103 West State Street, Cheboygan, MI 49721, USA - View on Map

International Bridge in Chippewa County

Sault Ste Marie International Bridge, Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783, USA - View on Map
The International Bridge spans the St. Mary's River and carries international traffic between Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, and Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada. The International Bridge at Sault Ste. Marie is the only vehicular crossing between Ontario and Michigan within a 300-mile distance.

Bascule Bridge in Chippewa County

Sault Ste Marie International Bridge, Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783, USA - View on Map

Jonesville Bridge in Clare County

Jonesville Road, Harrison, MI 48625, USA - View on Map

Church Bridge in Clare County

Pine Road, Marion, MI 49665, USA - View on Map

Blonde Dam Bridge in Crawford County

East North Down River Road, Grayling, MI 49738, USA - View on Map

Cameron Bridge in Crawford County

West Cameron Bridge Road, Frederic, MI 49733, USA - View on Map

Chase Bridge in Crawford County

Huron-Manistee National Forests, Mason Tract Pathway, Roscommon, MI 48653, USA - View on Map

Kelloggs Bridge in Crawford County

East North Down River Road, Grayling, MI 49738, USA - View on Map

McMasters Bridge in Crawford County

Huron-Manistee National Forests, 1320 Mc Masters Bridge Road, Grayling, MI 49738, USA - View on Map

Red Bridge in Crawford County

West Co Road 612, Frederic, MI 49733, USA - View on Map

Smith Bridge in Crawford County

Huron-Manistee National Forests, Michigan 72, Grayling, MI 49738, USA - View on Map

Steckert Bridge in Crawford County

Huron-Manistee National Forests, Steckert Bridge Road, Roscommon, MI 48653, USA - View on Map

Stephans Bridge in Crawford County

Huron-Manistee National Forests, 364-468 South Stephan Bridge Road, Grayling, MI 49738, USA - View on Map

Fourteenmile Bridge in Delta County

Hiawatha National Forest, National Forest Development Road 13, Rapid River, MI 49878, USA - View on Map

Morosini Bridge in Delta County

Bomber Road, Niagara, WI 54151, USA - View on Map

Wallace McAllister Bridge in Delta County

1461 Borost Road, Wausaukee, WI 54177, USA - View on Map

Chalk Hill Bridge in Delta County

4390 Co Road K, Wausaukee, WI 54177, USA - View on Map

Morosini Bridge in Dickinson County

Bomber Road, Niagara, WI 54151, USA - View on Map

Brown Bridge in Grand Traverse County

Garfield Road, Kingsley, MI 49649, USA - View on Map

Whites Bridge in Ionia County

1612 Whites Bridge Road, Belding, MI 48809, USA - View on Map

Fisher's Covered Bridge in Isabella County

M- 20 Deerfield County Park Mount Pleasant, MI 48858 - View on Map
Fisher's Bridge stands on a beautiful trail in Isabella County's Deerfield Park six miles west of Mt. Pleasant. Originally built in 1968 and rebuilt in 1996 to replace the bridge destroyed by fire in 1995. It is used only by hikers, cyclists and park vehicles.

Berry Bridge in Jackson County

1030 East Berry Road, Rives Junction, MI 49277, USA - View on Map

Puddleford Bridge in Jackson County

5171-6985 Cooper Street, Jackson, MI 49201, USA - View on Map

Augusta Bridge in Kalamazoo County

42nd Street to W.K. Kellogg forest entrance Augusta, MI 49012 - View on Map
Built in 1973, Augusta Creek Bridge is one of West Michigan's newest covered bridges. Originally built by Doug Carrigan, today the 32-foot long covered bridge is open to the public near the entrance to the W.K. Kellogg Forest. The current bridge, which is about 12 feet tall and 12 feet wide, stands about a foot higher than the original bridge. Folding doors at both ends and shuttered openings on both sides allow visitors to enjoy the views both upstream and down

Skookum Bridge in Lake County

6249-6665 North Skookum Road, Luther, MI 49656, USA - View on Map

Bowman Bridge in Lake County

Manistee National Forest, 7792-7798 West 56th Street, Baldwin, MI 49304, USA - View on Map

Pierce Stocking Covered Bridge in Leelanau County

Pierce Stocking Scenic Drive Empire, MI 49630 - View on Map
The bridge graces the 7.4 mile Pierce Stocking Scenic Drive in the heart of the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. The original structure was built by Pierce Stocking in the 1960s. The bridge had to be reconstructed in 1986. Visitors can drive, walk or ride their bikes along the drive and through the bridge.

High Bridge in Luce County

Deer Park Road, Newberry, MI 49868, USA - View on Map

Mackinac Bridge in Mackinac County

Interstate 75, Michigan, USA - View on Map
Unites Michigan's upper and lower peninsulas. The Mackinac Bridge is the longest suspension bridge in the Western Hemisphere with 7,400 feet of roadway suspended in the air over the straits of Mackinac. Total length of the bridge, including its approaches, is approximately five miles. Celebrate 50 years with the mighty Mac with the Michigan History Magazine.

Bonds Bridge in Manistee County

Potter Road, Bear Lake, MI 49614, USA - View on Map

Christy Bridge in Manistee County

13001-13069 Johnson Road, Kaleva, MI 49645, USA - View on Map

Cooley Bridge in Manistee County

Manistee National Forest, 19346-19722 Michigan 55, Wellston, MI 49689, USA - View on Map

High Bridge in Manistee County

Manistee National Forest, North High Bridge Road, Wellston, MI 49689, USA - View on Map

Jopp Bridge in Manistee County

12193-12669 11 Mile Road, Kaleva, MI 49645, USA - View on Map

Ninemile Bridge in Manistee County

Manistee National Forest, 4780-4930 Skocelas Road South, Manistee, MI 49660, USA - View on Map

Potter Bridge in Manistee County

Spirit of the Woods Road, Brethren, MI 49619, USA - View on Map

Red Bridge in Manistee County

Manistee National Forest, North Coates Highway, Harrietta, MI 49638, USA - View on Map

Sixmile Bridge in Manistee County

Manistee National Forest, 6 Mile Bridge Road, Manistee, MI 49660, USA - View on Map

Campbell Bridge in Mason County

Manistee National Forest, 4191-4199 Walhalla Road, Township of Branch, MI 49402, USA - View on Map

Jam Dam Bridge in Menominee County

Depas Lane No 34.75, Wilson, MI 49896, USA - View on Map

McCarty Bridge in Menominee County

Co Road 551, Wilson, MI 49896, USA - View on Map

Wallace McAllister Bridge in Menominee County

1461 Borost Road, Wausaukee, WI 54177, USA - View on Map

Dolph Bridge in Missaukee County

9525-9827 East Cadillac Road, Falmouth, MI 49632, USA - View on Map

Lone Bridge in Missaukee County

7566-7694 South Dolph Road, Falmouth, MI 49632, USA - View on Map

Barber Bridge in Montmorency County

Blue Lakes Road, Johannesburg, MI 49751, USA - View on Map

Shingle Mill Bridge in Montmorency County

Scenic Route 2, Atlanta, MI 49709, USA - View on Map

Military Bridge in Ontonagon County

U.S. 45, Bruce Crossing, MI 49912, USA - View on Map

Reed City Covered Bridge in Osceola County

U.S. 131 and U.S. 10 Reed City, MI 49677 - View on Map
The bridge is an attractive addition to the White Pines Trail Linear State Park and a quarter mile from the Crossroads. Built in 2000. The White Pines Trails is 92 miles in length. It is operated by the parks division of the Department of Natural Resources. As a state park passes are required. Directions to bridge is easily accessible from U.S. 131 and U.S. 10 (which intersect at Reed City). Travelers on 131 should take Exit 153 and go east on U.S. 10. At the four-way-stop sign (Welcome to Reed City sign) turn toward Reed City. About mile form the corner the Covered Bridge will be on the left hand side of the road.

Camp Ten Bridge in Oscoda County

Camp 10 Road, Luzerne, MI 48636, USA - View on Map

Parmalee Bridge in Oscoda County

Red Oak Road, Luzerne, MI 48636, USA - View on Map

Tin Shanty Bridge in Otsego County

Tin Shanty Road, Vanderbilt, MI 49795, USA - View on Map

Sherman Bridge in Roscommon County

North Keno Road, Saint Helen, MI 48656, USA - View on Map

Frankenmuth's Wooden Covered Bridge in Saginaw County

Main Street & Covered Bridge Lane Frankenmuth, MI 48734 - View on Map
A 239 foot, 230 ton covered bridge made completely of wood which spans the Cass River in Frankenmuth and joins the Bavarian Inn Lodge and the festival grounds, parking to Main Street. Frankenmuth Holz Brucke (wooden bridge) is a beautiful piece of craftsmanship which is open year round for autos or pedestrians.

Davis Bridge in Saint Joseph County

Schweitzer Road, Three Rivers, MI 49093, USA - View on Map

Florence Bridge in Saint Joseph County

15717 Withers Road, Constantine, MI 49042, USA - View on Map

Langley Covered Bridge in Saint Joseph County

Covered Bridge Road, Three Rivers, MI 49093, USA - View on Map
Stretching 282 feet across the St. Joseph River, the Langley Bridge is the longest of West Michigan's few remaining covered bridges. Langley Bridge is also one of the longest in the nation. Langley Bridge was built in the fall of 1887. The bridge features three spans, each 94 feet long. It is 16 feet high and 19 feet wide.

Saint Joseph Bridge in Saint Joseph County

Mottville Camelback Bridge, White Pigeon, MI 49099, USA - View on Map

Croswell Swinging Bridge in Sanilac County

100 N Howard Ave, Croswell, MI 48422 - View on Map
The Croswell Swinging Bridge is the only pedestrian suspension bridge in Michigan. It was built in 1905 at an original cost of $300. It spans 139 feet. The original bridge had just two cables which were provided by Michigan Sugar Company and were used to support the planks. To provide a handhold, two more cables were added at a cost of $150. In August of 2006, all 128 planks were replaced at a cost of $1,300. The Bridge originally had a sign at the west end that admonished people to "Love Ye One Another." A sign at the east entrance (Maple Street) still reads, "Be Good To Your Mother-in-law." A festival to celebrate the bridge takes place the second weekend of August each year and features cardboard boat races under the bridge.

Siphon Bridge in Schoolcraft County

202 Deer Street, Manistique, MI 49854, USA - View on Map

Blue Water Bridge in St. Clair County

Bluewater Bridge, Port Huron, MI 48060, USA - View on Map
Blue Water Bridge is a major international crossing over the St. Clair river at the southern end of Lake Huron. Located between Port Huron, Michigan and Point Edward, Ontario connecting both Interstate 94 and Interstate 69 with Highway 402 it is one of the fastest links between the Midwest and Ontario as well as the Northeast United States. For specific information on acceptable US border entry documents go to http://www.travel.state.gov/

Donald F. Nichols Covered Bridge in Van Buren County

Black River Road South Haven, MI 49090 - View on Map
The Donald F. Nichols Covered Bridge is a highlight of the Kal-Haven Trail Linear State Park, which extends from Kalamazoo to South Haven. The bridge is rebuilt from an existing railroad trestle bridge into a 108-foot long covered footbridge. Easily accessible to casual walkers as well as to avid bicyclists. Park hours are 8am - 10 pm year round and fee charged

Ambassador Bridge in Wayne County

Ambassador Bridge, Detroit, MI, USA - View on Map
Always open. At the end of I-96 connecting the United States and Canada, Detroit and Windsor respectively. Visitors must clear customs and proper identification is required. Documents must prove citizenship: voter's registration, birth certificate or passport. For more specific information on acceptable US border entry documents go to http://www.travel.state.gov/

MacArthur Bridge in Wayne County

East Grand Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48207, USA - View on Map

Peterson Bridge in Wexford County

Manistee National Forest, 9301-9341 Michigan 37, Wellston, MI 49689, USA - View on Map

Hoxeyville Bridge in Wexford County

Manistee National Forest, 8701-8947 West 50 Road, Cadillac, MI 49601, USA - View on Map

High School Bridge in Wexford County

Manistee National Forest, 10076 South 5 1/2 Road, Wellston, MI 49689, USA - View on Map

Baxter Bridge in Wexford County

No 29 1/2 Road, Manton, MI 49663, USA - View on Map

Harvey Bridge in Wexford County

7000-7200 North 19 Road, Buckley, MI 49620, USA - View on Map









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