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Bath Covered Bridge

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Can walk and drive on!

There's just something about covered bridges that bring you back to a simpler time and bring calm... read more

Reviewed June 1, 2018
Heather H
Nashville, Tennessee, United States
"A Bridge Not Too Far"

Since the rebuild in 2014, the Bath Covered Bridge has provided excellent travel for the citizens... read more

Reviewed May 13, 2018
Oakton VA
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Hwy 302 at West Bath Road, Bath, NH 03785
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Reviewed June 1, 2018

There's just something about covered bridges that bring you back to a simpler time and bring calm. This bridge is very cool - you can walk and drive on it and it still has that covered bridge smell.

Thank Heather H
Reviewed May 13, 2018

Since the rebuild in 2014, the Bath Covered Bridge has provided excellent travel for the citizens of Bath, NH, & West Bath, NH. During the rebuilding period Oct 2012 to Aug 2014, the local resident artist, Craig Pursley, had to swim across the 'rivah', as...More

Thank DonS_NoVA
Reviewed November 27, 2017

The Bath Covered Bridge is right next to the the Brick Store America's Oldest General Store. Both are quite old. This covered bridge was built in 1833, a bit older than myself. I like its red painting. It attracts people with such a color. It...More

Thank Robby G C
Reviewed November 10, 2017

A beautifully maintained original Covered Bridge, this gem is a must see! If you anywhere near Bath, NH, do yourself a favor and visit this historic bridge. You can almost hear the horses cribbing (gnawing on the boards) on a quiet snowy day :) While...More

Thank DalenDeb85
Reviewed November 1, 2017

At 392 feet, this is longest covered bridge with both ends in New Hampshire. It underwent major reconstruction and re-opened in 2014. It's a very pretty bridge in a lovely setting, with a dam and small waterfalls below. If you cross it in your car,...More

Thank loves2travel49
Reviewed October 16, 2017

This is a long bridge, as it traverses the Connecticut River between NH and VT. It was built around 1822. It was repaired three years ago after spring flooding damaged it. It is open to vehicular and pedestrian traffic,and there are interesting signs adorning it....More

Thank likesnow
Reviewed October 14, 2017

This is right next to The Brick House, the oldest general store in the country. It's over a small river and near a dam and tiny waterfall and makes a nice visit, especially if you combine it with a visit to the store. In nice...More

Thank NHjo
Reviewed October 3, 2017

One lane vehicle bridge with a walking path. Solid, clean and relaxing to walk across. Plenty of places to stop and view outside at the river below. Next door is a country store and ice cream shop

Thank Bob and Patti C
Reviewed October 1, 2017

After visiting the Sore we went to see the bridge. It is nicely restored. My only complaint is that it is both a driving and walking bridge. They do have a a little higher walk way than the road., but you have to be careful...More

Reviewed September 23, 2017

After spending a few minutes in the Brick Store, we wandered to the rear of the store to check out the bridge as the weather was so nice. The length of this bridge is very unusual for a covered bridge. I had never seen one...More

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