31 km south of Fredericton on Route 101, towards Saint John, this little village has three of the province’s 65 covered bridges.

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Fredericton Junction Attractions

Currie House

 110 Currie Ln, Fredericton Junction, NB E5L 1X7
(Route 101 at Currie Lane)
 (506) 368-2818

This museum displays antiques and artifacts of the area and area families. Also with nature trails through the woods and a picnic area.

Back Creek No 2 Covered Bridge

Rte 101 on Hoyt Station Rd

This bridge is located 10 Km south of Fredericton Junction on Route 101 near Blissville.  This 67 foot bridge, with a span of 58 feet was built by Howe Truss in 1909, and renovated in 1936.

South Oromocto River No 2 Covered Bridge

Off 101 on Mill Settlement Rd

Built in 1912, and renovated in 1932, this 139′ bridge is located near Fredericton Junction 6 km west of Route 101 on Mill Settlement Road.

South Oromocto River No 3 Covered Bridge

Off 101 on Juvenile Settlement Rd

This bridge, built in 1931 built by Howe Truss, is located near Fredericton Junction on the Boyne Road about 7 km west of Hoyt on Route 101. It has a span of 123’4″ and a length of 126’4 .

Fredericton Junction, New Brunswick Area Map