Initially, Mary Hartman #2 Covered Bridge spanned Pleasant Run on Wheeling Road just northeast of Lancaster, Ohio. It was built in 1888. The historical record is unclear; the builder of this 45′ bridge was either Jacob Brandt or William Funk. This bridge features queen post trusses. In 1967 the bridge was disassembled and rebuilt between Locks 11 and 12, which are part of the Lockville Park in Carroll, Ohio.
Directions and Map
The Mary Hartman #2 Covered Bridge can be found at Lockville Park which is located at 5895 Pickerington Rd NW in Carroll, Ohio.
From the corner of Main and Broad Streets in Lancaster, Ohio, head west on Main St., take the second right onto Memorial Drive (US 33). Continue on Memorial Drive for approximately 12 miles. Turn left onto Pickerington Road and continue along approximately 1½ miles. The entrance to Lockville Canal Park will be on the right.
- Late nineteenth-century covered bridge featuring queen post trusses, shake roofing and red plank siding.
- The Mary Hartman #2 Covered Bridge rests between Locks 11 and 12 in Lockville Park that offers wonderful opportunities for walking, picnicking and photography.
- Parking is available.
This park opens at sunrise and closes at sunset.