Bridges to the Past

Johnson Creek Covered Bridge

Alongside Route 1029 near Burika, Robertson County. 1874.

Johnson Creek Covered Bridge

  • The Johnson Creek Bridge once carried KY 1029 across Johnson Creek north of Blue Licks State Park in southern Robertson county. Built in 1874, it is a 131-foot Smith truss design and is no longer in use.
  • On south side of SR 1029 just south of Swart Road, over Johnson Creek.
  • Location: N38° 28.938' W83° 58.705'
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Bridges to the Past Two-Day Tour:

Kentucky's 12 remaining covered bridges can be visited in a pleasant two-day tour and our suggested tour begins on day one in either Georgetown, Kentucky (along Interstate 75 north of Lexington) or Cincinnati, Ohio, continuing on day two at Interstate 64 exit # 172 near Grayson.

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