Schofield Ford Covered Bridge
- Tyler State Park (off Swamp Rd.)
- Newtown, PA 18940
Originally built in 1873 and rebuilt in 1997 after a 1991 fire, the Schofield Ford Bridge was constructed with native hemlock and oak. The town truss bridge, located over the Neshaminy Creek in Tyler State Park, is the longest in Bucks County at 170-feet long, 13-feet high and 16-feet wide. Schofield Ford is only accessible by foot, bike or horseback.
- Days & Hours of Operation: The bridge is only open to foot and equestrian traffic.