Cedar Crossing Bridge
- Address: Johnson Creek, Happy Valley, OR 97086, USA, United States
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Bridge, Family And Kids
Cedar Crossing Bridge - Review
Built in the year 1982, the Cedar Crossing Bridge is one spot where you would love to spend some time with your closed ones. This is the only covered bridge in the whole of Oregon that covers 24 feet long road. But it is not a ‘true covered bridge’ as it doesn’t have any support of a wooden truss. The location of the bridge towards the Happy Valley is truly scenic and the bridge adds beauty to the whole appropriately. You can also have a pit stop at this place to relax and stretch during your journey.
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How To reach Cedar Crossing Bridge by Public Transport
- Bus 10 to stop : SE Foster & 134th
- Bus 10 to stop : SE 136th & Foster
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Cedar Crossing Bridge, Happy Valley Reviews
Very nice covered bridge
Great photo opportunity
Very pretty covered bridge.
Not only is it fun to find an old covered bridge as you travel around Happy Valley, but this one is so picturesque and scenic as it straddles Johnson Creek. The bridge was rebuilt in 1982 but it seems to have blended in with its environs quite naturally. If you travel to this covered bridge, please allow time to pull over and enjoy your favorite drink, a sandwich and the bubbling creek as it cascades over the rocks below.
A beautiful symbol of days gone by