The Yachats River North Fork Covered Bridge is a covered bridge about 9 miles (14 kilometers) northeast (by river roads) of Yachats and the Pacific Ocean. The bridge carries spans the North Fork of the Yachats River. The structure was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
At 42 feet (13 meters) long, the bridge is one of the shortest covered bridges in Oregon. It is one of only two covered bridges in Lincoln County that are open to vehicular traffic; the other is the Chitwood Bridge. The weight limit on the bridge is ten tons; large trucks and recreational vehicles (RVs) are not allowed.
There is a vehicle turnaround area on far side of the bridge, but traffic is not allowed beyond the private gate.
The Bridge can be found at the end of North Fork Road.