Old Easley Covered Bridge is one of three covered bridges in Blount County (located in northern Alabama), designating it the Covered Bridge Capital of Alabama. Old Easley Covered Bridge is a one-span town bridge built in 1930. Tin-covered and in fairly good repair, all 95 feet of its single span are preserved.
Latitude: 33.900407 Longitude: -86.481538 Elevation: 909 ft
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Interests and Areas of Expertise
Traveling around America and seeing the beauty and history of this great nation.
Mentone Inn B & B. The hospitality of this small mountain town is great. The innkeeper is so nice and the inn is within walking distance of the Wildflower Cafe for dinner. Historic Inn only a short drive from two beautiful waterfalls and numerous overlooks. Oh! Not to mention the superb breakfast you will be served.
Following a back road or highway instead of the interstate.This will allow you to see so much of an area that you would not normally see otherwise.
Hours OpenOpen during daylight hours
Visitor FeesNo fees
Seasons OpenOpen year round
How to Get There
Located 1.5 miles from U.S. 231 in Blount County