South Oromocto River #2, built in 1912 is 41.5 metres long. This bridge has a nice little park that would be great for a picnic.
Back Creek #2, built in 1936 is 28.8 metres long.
Canal Covered Bridge, built in 1917 is 37.6 metres long. This bridge sits on a very quiet stretch of road with a very picturesque view from all around it. It is very close to St. George.
Dennis Stream #3, built in 1910 is 18.3 metres long. This bridge is right next to a railroad intersection, just outside Saint Stephen.
Magaguadavic River #7, built in 1905 is 18.3 metres long. This bridge is very easy to get to even being a very remote area. It is down in a little valley and the river is an incredible view.
Eel River #3 from 1927 is 31.9 metres long. This bridge has a park next to it and the Eel River at this bridge is simply amazing. Not too far off the Trans Canada, it is in a beautiful community undisturbed by the modern fast-paced way of life.
Hartland Covered Bridge, the longest covered bridge in the world at 391 metres long. It was built in 1901 but not covered until 1921. Which as in most bridges that I have seen so far are a wooden truss bridge and then look to have an attached independent shell to protect from weather or rot.
Despite its fame for being very big, it is also the most tackey of every bridge in New Brunswick, from the big sign, string lights at the entrance, and the food truck lot next to the bridge, this made me urn for the other bridges I have seen across New Brunswick.
Florenceville Bridge, built at 16.9 metres long in 1907 is a partial cover bridge span. It is the cutest covered bridge crossing the Saint John River. It sits on a well-developed waterfront boardwalk that even trumps the water access in the bigger downstream cities of Fredericton and Saint John.
Being located across the street from the McCain Foods headquarters there is a bench great for photos of the bridge at sunset with a carved potato. McCain Foods makes 90% of all french fries worldwide.