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06 October 2013: The Hillsdale Covered Bridge, also known and Possum Bottom or Jackson's Ford Covered Bridge, originally crossed the Little Raccoon Creek Vermillion County. This single span Burr Arch Truss structure has a length of 104 feet, or 124 feet including the 10-foot overhang at each end, with a portal clearance 13 feet 6 inches wide by 12 feet high. Built in 1876 by Joseph J. Daniels, The Hillsdale Covered Bridge was move to its present location in 1973, becoming the centerpiece of the Ernie Pyle Rest Park on State Road 36 in Section 35, Township 16 North, and Range 10 West, east of Dana, Vermillion County.
Parke County Indiana is the site of the Indiana Covered Bridge Festival every October
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