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Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge, Campbellford

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Hidden gem in Campbellford over the Trent River. After parking on the west side the suspension bridge affords a great view of the falls and Ranney Gorge with walking trails on the east side of the riv...  more »
  • The river was high and rushing fast, so the height of the bridge gave us a nice view. It's worth a trip to the gorge.  more »
  • Great view from the middle of this bridge. The bridge is not too long, but you should know you can easily see down, so if you are afraid on heights this is not for you. It gives you easy foot access t...  more »
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  • Was fun to walk when you could see the running water under your feet from the bridge. It's not a very long bridge. It's beautiful to relax here but there was steady traffic when we went. So maybe week days would be better? Not sure. It's not a very commercial area. Just somewhere nice to check out if you are close by. Won't go there specially just for the bridge.
  • The bridge looks exactly as in the pictures we saw online. We have been there twice and love it. Felt very safe walking through it. View is great.
  • Beautiful views from the bridge. It's not a long bridge but it's worth visiting. I assume it is even more worth going in the fall when the leaves start to change colour. It leads to a trail in the Ferris provincial park and can go down onto the late with huge rock beds. Just remember to be safe!
  • Amazing all year round and the view is outstanding!
  • Great view ! Can be crowded depending on the season. Worth a detour to visit this place.