Ponn Humpback Covered Bridge

The Adventure…

The Ponn Humpback Covered Bridge is truly unique. The bridge spans an impressive 165 feet across Raccoon Creek. Built in 1874, the bridge uses the triple spans of the Multiple Kingpost truss system supported underneath by one massive Arch truss to create its unique humpback shape. Also known as Geer Mill Covered Bridge.


Learn More…

VintonCounty Convention and Visitors Bureau
104 West Main Street
McArthur, Ohio45651


Website: Vinton County Covered Bridges

E-Mail: info@vintoncounty.com


Getting There’s Half the Adventure…

The Ponn Humpback Covered Bridge is located off of State Route 124 along Township Road 4, approximately 3 miles southwest of Wilkesville.  From State Route 124 turn onto Township Road 4 and follow it for about 3 miles.

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