The Ohio Greenway Covered Bridge, in the Village of Hebron located in Licking County is one of Ohio's newer covered bridges, completed in 1992 by bridge builder Paul Compton.
John Smollen, Astabula County Engineer, designed this bridge at no additional costs to Licking County. Approximately $10,000.00 in materials were used to build the bridge itself. Owens-Corning Fiberglass of Newark donated the roof shingles and the labor was donated by the Ohio Civilian Conservation Corps.
The Ohio Greenway Covered Bridge, in the Village of Hebron located in Licking County is one of Ohio's newer covered bridges, completed in 1992 by bridge builder Paul Compton.
John Smollen, Astabula County Engineer, designed this bridge at no additional costs to Licking County. Approximately $10,000.00 in materials were used to build the bridge itself. Owens-Corning Fiberglass of Newark donated the roof shingles and the labor was donated by the Ohio Civilian Conservation Corps.
The bridge was designed for walkers and bicyclists along the Ohio CanalGreenway. It sits on the former Penn Central right-of-way near Hebron, Ohio, a 3 mile recreational path. The bridge is maintained by staffof the Licking Park District and is the first wooden truss bridge built in Ohio since 1986. The bridge is made of kiln-dried southern yellow pine,
supported by wood, not steel. This design is modeled after an 1820'e era covered bridge
Directions: Turn left at SR 79E exit, go North over I-70 to village of Hebron, 8 tenths of a mile, turn left on High Street and go to Cumberland, left two miles, bridge is on the right. The Hebron fish hatchery is on the left across from the bridge. Anyone wishing to visit the bridge should park in the Hebron Fish Hatchery parking lot across the road from the bridge

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