Also known as the South Myrtle Creek Bridge, Neal Lane Bridge near Myrtle Creek has at two interesting features.
At just 42 ft it is one of the shortest covered bridges in Oregon, and is the only roofed span in Oregon using a kingpost truss design.
The bridge also features cross-wise plank flooring, single side windows and a metal roof.
The name Myrtle Creek is attributed to the presence of nearby groves of Oregon Myrtle, an evergreen tree distinguished by a strong camphor odor.
From Myrtle Creek travel south on Main Street to Riverside Drive.
Head east on Riverside Drive to Day's Creek Cut Off Road.
Travel South on Day's Creek Cut-off Road to Neal Lane.