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Off the beaten path from Grant Shook park so no car traffic. Only traffic you may get are people floating by in a canoe or kayak. Nice pavilion. Room for kids to play, just watch the little ones do not get too close to the...More
It is a bit of a drive down a one lane dirt road to get to the river. It looks sketchy but I assure you it isn't. There is actually a park just a little ways down the road from the bridge. The bridge can...More
We were passing through the area on a caching route through a few small PA towns and came upon the beautiful covered bridge and swimming hole over a creek.
Local farms add a great country charm to the place. Swings over the swimming hole, picnic...More
The recent renovation of Martin's Mill covered bridge is impressive. There is a lot of history here and the fact that the bridge was lifted off of the foundation during the Hurricane Agnes flood of 1972 adds to the story. The bridge is now closed...More
The bridge was recently rebuilt to bring it back to its glory. There is a park with tables for picnics and you can also swim in the Conococheague Creek to cool off. August 13 the bridge will be open for a drive thru. It is...More
I've actually been here 2x . 1st during the week before the warmer weather came. I suggest come during the week mid day of you can make it. It's not so busy when you have 2 toddlers in toe. They loved the ducks they got...More
This place is a pretty decent little park with a great area to swim. You get the history of the bridge and a place to have a picnic. A lot of people you this as a place to get out of when floating. It can...More
I lived in the Macedonia church parsonage as a boy from 69-72. We used to ride bicycles to the bridge. When we returned from vacation in 72, Hurricane Agnes had lifted the bridge off its foundations and laid it in the river. I still have...More
I came here hiking with a friend and we ended up at the covered bridge. Apparently there is a geocache here that I was hoping to get. However my reception to use my GPS was not at all good in this hollow, so I just...More