Covered Bridges – Lakes Region

NH Lakes Region Covered Bridges

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The New Hampshire Lakes Region is a remarkable place, dotted with lakes, ponds, rivers, streams and several authentic Covered Bridges that have been here for a century or more. The Squam river in Ashland is where you’ll find the lattice truss bridge built by Milton Graton. This beautiful NH Covered Bridge is just a few miles from I-91 but a world apart. Ask us about NH Lakes Region Covered Bridges or comments. To feature your business, contact us.

Lakes Region New Hampshire Covered Bridges

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Squam River (1990 61 ft.)
Crosses: Squam River
Loaction: Off of Rte 3 in Ashland at the end of Little Squam Lake.
Town lattice truss, single land with a walkway, built by Milton Graton


Sulphite (1896)
Crosses: Lake Winnipesaukee on the Boston and Maine Railroad Line
Location: 1/2 mile east of Franklin Falls and south of US Rte 3


Whittier (1870 – 132 ft. 7 in.)
Crosses: Bearcamp River
Location: West of NH Rte 16 at Ossipee Village
Paddleford truss, added arch. Built by Jacob Berry. Steel telltales were erected in 1958 to protect the upper bracing.


Smith (1850)
Crosses: Baker River
Location: 1/2 mile north of NH Rte 3A, 2 1/2 miles west of Plymouth Village, Smith Bridge Road


Durgin (1869 96 ft.)
Crosses: Cold River
Location 1 1/2 miles north of NH Rte 113, 2 miles east of North Sandwich Village
Paddleford truss, built by Jacob Berry. Bridge built by Hermon Marcy. Repaired by Milton and Arnold Graton.

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Gilford (42 ft.)
Crosses: Gunstock Brook
Location: North of the village proper in Gilford
Town lattice design, approximately 12 tons. Pedestrian bridge only. Constructed from local spruce, pine, and hemlock.

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NH Covered Bridges by Region

Discover great NH Covered Bridges in every region. Great North Woods, White Mountains, Lakes Region, Dartmouth-Sunapee, Monadnock, Merrimack Valley and Seacoast.

Discover great NH Covered Bridges in every region. Great North Woods, White Mountains, Lakes Region, Dartmouth-Sunapee, Monadnock, Merrimack Valley and Seacoast.

Great North Woods NH Covered Bridges
Berlin, Colebrook, Errol, Dixville, Lancaster, Pittsburg
White Mountain NH Covered Bridges
North Conway, Lincoln, Woodstock, Littleton, Franconia, Gorham, Jackson, Sugar Hill, Whitefield, Waterville Valley
Lakes Region NH Covered Bridges
Laconia, Rochester, Plymouth, Ossipee, Meredith, Ashland, Wolfeboro, Bristol, Winnipesaukee
Dartmouth Lake Sunapee NH Covered Bridges
Lebanon, Hanover, Claremont, Newport, Tilton, Lyme, Plainfield, Newport
Monadnock NH Covered Bridges
Keene, Peterborough, Fitzwilliam, Westmoreland, Chesterfield
Merrimack Valley NH Covered Bridges
Manchester, Concord, Nashua, Salem, Derry, New London, Merrimack, Loudon
Seacoast NH Covered Bridges
Portsmouth, Dover, Durham, Hampton, Exeter, Rye, Hampton Beach

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