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Pisgah Covered Bridge, Asheboro

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Bridge · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
Pisgah Covered Bridge is a wooden covered bridge that spans the west fork of the Little River in Randolph County, North Carolina. It is one of two remaining original historic covered bridges in the state, (the other being the Bunker Hill Covered Bridge in Claremont, North Carolina) and is designated as both a local and federal historic landmark.
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  • This is a neat place to visit and take pictures! Awesome history lesson! You can go down the stairs and walk across the walks in the stream.  more »
  • Quiet and peaceful place to go and get the days worries behind you. Been coming to this bridge for as long as I can remember  more »
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  • This was my first visit and I will definitely be going back. We sat at one of the picnic tables and ate lunch before walking through the bridge itself and then along the path beside the water. Beautiful scenery!! And the dogs loved it too!!
  • Loved it. We made a detour on our way home (from VA to FL.) Its about 20 minutes off the interstate, and well worth the stop if you're into such things. The site has parking, picnic tables, and a nice little trail loop in a peaceful rural setting.

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