The R.F. Baker Covered Bridge (aka Winegardner) is 80-feet long and was built in 1871 by James Arnold to span Little Rush Creek at Winegardner Mill. It was removed and reconstructed over a lake on the grounds of Fairfield Union High School in 1981 and has since been used as a special student project. The bridge is halfway through its second century of use and is located behind the school facilities.

To explore all of our covered bridges, click this link to access the Fairfield County Covered Bridge Trail Guide.

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