OR Dorena Bridge
Dorena is a 105 foot long covered bridge built in 1949 at the upper end of Dorena reservoir, which flooded the town of Dorena. The town was named after two residents Dora Burnette and Rena Martin. It crosses the Row River, southeast of Cottage Grove, OR. It can still be driven across to a parking lot, but was bypassed in 1974 with a new concrete bridge. Now a popular tourist attraction and wedding destination.