Government of New Brunswick

New Brunswick has 58 covered bridges of which 54 are maintained by the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure.

Of the 4 bridges that are not maintained by DTI, 2 covered bridges are located at Fundy National Park and are maintained by Public Works and Government Services Canada, the other covered bridges are located at Magnetic Hill and Turtle Creek and are maintained by the City of Moncton.

The map shows the approximate covered bridge locations with links to all the counties in New Brunswick.

The county pages include pictures and information regarding the Covered Bridges. Be sure and browse through Carleton County, which features the world's longest covered bridge in Hartland!