Located within the grounds of Knoebels Amusement Resort, this modern covered bridge was built in 1975 from beams salvaged from the Berninger Grist Mill (1865). The project was conceived by Dick Knoebel, inspired by the example of his great-grandfather “Ole Hen” Knoebel, who preserved the Lawrence L. Knoebel Bridge ( NB4.1)
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Knoebels Grove Covered Bridge
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