Medora Covered Bridge
This picture, taken in 2009 before the rehab of the bridge, shows what happens when the landscape is left unattended.
This picture was taken by Andy Rebman in 2016.
Wildflowers on the hillside on the west end.
The first surviving flowers planted in the picnic area.
The Bridge has a landscape area that provides a number of challenges. There are steep hills on both ends that are difficult to mow. When left unattended, brush and trees grow quickly. The hilly area on the east end of the bridge is covered with rock and quickly becomes overgrown with vines that climb on the bridge when unattended. The area on the west end of the bridge floods often and that also makes it difficult.