There were once hundreds of covered bridges in Kentucky, but most have been replaced by modern structures or allowed to deteriorate. Those remaining:
- Beech Fork or Mooresville (Washington county, 1865)
- Bennetts Mill (Greenup county, ca. 1856)
- Cabin Creek or Rectorville or Mackey-Hughes (Lewis county, 1873)
- Colville (Bourbon county, 1877)
- Dover (Mason county, 1835)
- Goddard (Fleming county, date unknown)
- Hillsboro or Grange City (Fleming county, ca. 1865)
- Johnson Creek (Robertson county, 1874)
- Oldtown (Greenup county, ca. 1800)
- Ringos Mills (Fleming county, ca. 1869)
- Switzer (Franklin county, 1855)
- Valley Pike (Mason county, 1864, not on map)
- Walcott or White (Bracken county, ca. 1880)
Several covered bridges have been repaired or rebuilt in recent years by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
For more information about covered bridges in Kentucky, see Covered Bridges: Focus on Kentucky by Vernon White (Berea, Ky. 1985) or Kentucky Covered Wooden Bridges and Water-Powered Mills by Robert A. Powell (Lexington, Ky. 1984).