The Goodpasture Bridge is one of the most beautiful and most photographed covered bridges in the Oregon and features classical
Gothic style windows on both sides of the structure.
At 165 feet, the span is the longest covered bridge in Oregon still in daily use.
Lane County originally spent $13,154 constructing the Goodpasture Bridge.
Renovation work was completed in 1987 which included renovation to handle the daily loads of log trucks.
The remodeling included a right-turn lane for traffic exiting Highway 126 onto the bridge, and a concrete retaining wall
along the north bank of the McKenzie River.
The Goodpasture family settled near the town of Vida and gave their name to the bridge
From Springfield travel east on the McKenzie River Highway (Oregon Highway 126) for about 25.5 miles.
Goodpasture Bridge is on Goodpasture County Road at Highway 126 just east of Vida.