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Lakes Region and Lake Winnipesaukee Covered
Bridges

  • Albany Covered Bridge Length:

    120 feet Built: 1858 Albany - North of the Kancamagus Highway, 6 miles west of Conway on Dugway Road.

  • Blair Covered Bridge Length:

    292 feet Built: 1869 Campton - East of Route 3, 2 miles north of Livermore Falls on Blair Road.

  • Bump Covered Bridge Length:

    68 feet Built: 1972 Campton - 1 mile east of Route 175 on Bump Road at Campton Hollow.

  • Clark's Trading Post Covered Bridge Length:

    116 feet Built: 1965 Lincoln - Located at Clark's Trading Post, along Route 3.

  • Durgin Covered Bridge Length:

    96 feet Built: 1869 Sandwich - 1.5 miles north of Route 113, 2 miles east of North Sandwich on Durgin Road.

  • Flume Covered Bridge Length:

    50 feet Built: 1871 Lincoln - East of Route 3 at the Flume Gorge.

  • Jack O' Lantern Covered Bridge Length:

    76 feet Built: 1986 Woodstock - Route 3, .25 miles south of exit 30 off I-93.

  • Saco River Covered Bridge Length:

    2 span, 225 feet Built:1890 Conway - .25 miles north of Route 16.

  • Sentinel Pine Covered Bridge Length:

    61 feet Built: 1939 Lincoln - East of Route 3 in the Flume Gorge.

  • Smith Milennium Covered Bridge Length:

    171 feet Built: 2001 (rebuilt) Plymouth - .5 miles north of Route 3A, 2.5 miles west of Plymouth on Smith Bridge Road.

  • Squam River Covered Bridge Length:

    61 feet Built: 1990 Ashland - Off Route 3 on River Street.

  • Swift River Covered Bridge Length:

    129 feet Built: 1870 Conway - .5 miles north of Route 16.

  • Turkey Jim's Covered Bridge Length:

    60 feet Built: 1958 (rebuilt) Campton - On Old Stephans Road. Just east of Route 3 and north of Route 49.

  • Whittier Covered Bridge Length:

    132 feet Built: 1870 Ossipee - West of Route 16 on small road which is used to connect Route 16 and Route 25.