Beech Fork Covered Bridge, also known as the Mooresville Bridge, is located over the Beech Fork River in Mooresville, Washington County, Kentucky. The two-span covered Burr arch truss was constructed in 1865 by Cornelius Barnes carried the Springfield & Chaplin Turnpike before becoming a part of KY Route 458.
The historic crossing was bypassed by a concrete T-beam bridge in 1977. Beech Fork Covered Bridge was last rehabilitated in 1982.
- State: Kentucky
- Type: Covered Burr Arch truss
- Status: Active - Pedestrian
- Total Length: 258 feet