Located in Hocking Township, Arney Run Park is a quaint yet scenic retreat that features the Mink Hollow Covered Bridge. This bridge rests on its original sandstone abutments over Arney Run, a tributary of Clear Creek. It has the distinction of having the longest name of any covered bridge in the United States: The Mink Hollow Covered Bridge in Oil Mill Hollow Over Arney Run Near Borcher’s Mill. Picnicking is available on the east side of the covered bridge.
Directions and Map
Arney Run Park is located at 2340 Meister Road, SW in Lancaster, Ohio.
From the corner of Main and Broad Streets in Lancaster, Ohio, head south on Broad Street for approximately one mile, then make a slight right onto Hamburg Road. Stay on Hamburg Road for approximately five miles, then turn left onto Meister Road. Arney Run Park will be on the left.
- Late nineteenth-century covered bridge on original abutments, featuring king post construction.
- Scenic location, perfect for wildlife observation, picnicking and photography.
- Parking is available.
This park opens at sunrise and closes at sunset.