New Brunswick is an often bypassed - or more correctly, passed through - region of Atlantic Canada with an abundance of beauty draped along the coastlines and hundreds of miles of rivers and streams inland. What New Brunswick also has is a healthy supply of historic covered bridges, though the number of them still standing, sadly, is ever decreasing. In Canada, only the province of Quebec has more of these bridges than New Brunswick, and Ontario is the only other province that even has an historic covered bridge. [The Keremeos Red Bridge in British Columbia is often included on lists of historic covered bridges, which is fine, but since it doesn't actually have a roof, I would argue the "covered" aspect of it.] To be clear, I am referring to the remaining covered bridges predating modern steel and concrete spans, and not to the often equally interesting replicas and dozens of new structures to be found everywhere from golf courses and theme parks to public roads and nature trails.
As an aid to finding the bridges, some of which are far off the beaten track, I have embedded Google maps on each bridge's page which can be zoomed in to the exact location of the bridge - no getting messed around with incorrect GPS instructions - then zoomed out to find the preferred route(s) to get to them.
Please note also, that if you click on any of the pictures, they will open to a larger view.