Save The Bridge!
Latest News and Updates!
Only days after being placed on the nation’s National Historic Register, Long Grove’s iconic bridge was severely damaged by an over-size, over-weight truck.read more
Long Grove’s Buffalo Creek Bridge, more commonly known as the Long Grove Covered Bridge, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places by the National Park Service of the United Stated of America.read more
An update regarding the National Register Listing of Long Grove’s historic bridge is expected the second quarter of 2018.read more
News on the bridge expected shortly – get your raffle tickets before it’s too late.read more
Visit our Save The Bridge booth at Vintage Days.read more
The State voted unanimously to submit our bridge to the National Historic Register, officially becoming the most historic thing in all of Long Grove. Let your Village Trustees know you want to save this bridge!read more
Why preserve a historic bridge? Preservation is not a luxury that is considered once all other needs have been satisfied.read more
Long Grove’s Covered Bridge is historic because it is a rare surviving example of a classic bridge design and it continues to perform the same function in the same place, just as it has for over 100 years. The design retains it’s integrity and the pedestrian walkway feature makes it stand out against the few peers that it has.read more
Fancy a gorgeous original water color of our historic covered bridge hanging in your living room? With a little luck and a small investment in some raffle tickets it can happen!read more
The Illinois Historic Preservation Agency has determined that our covered bridge is eligible for placement on the National Register of Historic Places.read more