Rapp's Dam Covered Bridge
Rapp's Dam Covered Bridge

Rapp’s Dam Covered Bridge crosses the French Creek on Rapps Dam Road between Routes 113 and 23 in East Pikeland Township. This bridge was constructed in 1866 by Benjamin F. Hartman and is one of 15 surviving covered bridges in Chester County. It is a Burr Truss bridge and 105 feet long with fieldstone abutments, horizontal siding and boxed cornices. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. The French Creek Trail can be entered here and you can view the site of the Continental Powder Works as well as the Snyder Mill

The Rapp's Dam Covered Bridge will be a stop on the July 14th Town Tours and Village Walks Trolley Tour. Click here for more information. 


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