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West Montrose Covered Bridge (Kissing Bridge)

Covered Bridge Drive | Woolwich, Waterloo, Ontario N0B 2V0, Canada
+1 519-669-6020
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Last Of It's Kind

This is the last covered bridge in Ontario. There is a good chance you will see horse and buggy... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Dale H
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Osoyoos, Canada
Beautiful place to visit and have a picnic

Be careful by the bridge there is private property. Unfortunately there were no picnic tables in... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Bernie V
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Waterloo, Canada
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Covered Bridge Drive | Woolwich, Waterloo, Ontario N0B 2V0, Canada
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is the last covered bridge in Ontario. There is a good chance you will see horse and buggy driving around as this is a Mennonite community. There is a large parking lot at one end of the bridge. Large trucks and RV's are not...More

Thank Dale H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Be careful by the bridge there is private property. Unfortunately there were no picnic tables in the park area when we went. Great little village with a Mennonite store and gift shop

Thank Bernie V
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We live nearby in Waterloo, and drive past west montrose every now and then. This time we decided to actually spend some time here. It's a beautiful bridge, one of the last covered bridges in Ontario I believe. There is a picnic area right after...More

Thank Nikita P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Saw a picture of the kissing bridge in my hotel, found out its history and went to see for myself. Located in a quaint town in New Brunswick, the kissing bridge opened in 1901 and was the longest covered bridge in the world.It was also...More

Thank romitoyloy
Reviewed May 26, 2017

Nothing to see at all, no beauty, no charm, plus there is no place around for a picnic,or even to come to closer to the river, only private areas, i would say, pointless to go there.

2  Thank Elena A
Reviewed May 26, 2017

Great place to take some beautiful pictures and especially to visit with a loved one. We got some gorgeous photos and just being able to appreciate the last covered bridge in Ontario was wonderful.

1  Thank carriesunshine
Reviewed May 22, 2017

The west Montrose Kissing bridge is one of a kind. A very romantic place for pictures or just a special walk with that special someone.

Thank sherd0n
Reviewed May 22, 2017

We had our 25th Anniversery at this B & B. we were there in Sept. 1985 the B & B is beside the Grand river.

Thank Murray T
Reviewed May 21, 2017 via mobile

Took the kids to see the covered bridge at West Montrose. It was surprising that we could drive over it! Very cool! There was a place to park just to the left and the road was very quiet. Quite a few Mennonite horse and buggies...More

1  Thank Amy L
Reviewed May 13, 2017 via mobile

This bridge is one of the last wooden covered bridge in Ontario and it is worth the trip if you are visiting the Waterloo Region. As a Kitchener resident, whenever I have visitors coming, I plan I trip first to St. Jacobs Farmers Market and...More

1  Thank ccardieri
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