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Pisgah Covered Bridge, Asheboro

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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 great side trip. About 15 minutes off the interstate, this is a great way to step back in time. The bridge has a small parking area with some well maintained picnic tables. The sound....  more
    This is a great side trip. About 15 minutes off the interstate, this is a great way to step back in time. The bridge has a small parking area with some well maintained picnic tables. The sound....  more »
  • Its a very small just off the road moment. Need to stretch your legs? Its the perfect spot. There are no restrooms or anything. They do have multiple trash bins! A well kept path that makes a circle.....  more
    Its a very small just off the road moment. Need to stretch your legs? Its the perfect spot. There are no restrooms or anything. They do have multiple trash bins! A well kept path that makes a circle.....  more »
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  • Interesting window to the past. There is a picnic table and a creek for kids to play in. Peaceful place. It would be nice to have a plaque there telling the date and builder of the bridge.
  • This is a very photogenic place. Beautiful walk through the trails, not wheelchair friendly, there are steps on the path. The picnic tables are accessible, and you can go through the bridge, but not off bridge as there is a step at the end of bridge. But very beautiful site!!!

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