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Wakefield Covered Bridge, Wakefield
Categories: Bridges, Tourist Spots
Wakefield Covered Bridge is located in Wakefield. A visit to Wakefield Covered Bridge represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Wakefield itinerary planner to plot your vacation.
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Nous avons visité le pont couvert de Wakefield le 12 octobre 2016. Nous avons beaucoup apprécié la découverte de ce pont couvert, d'autant que la journée était magnifique, ensoleillée et chaude, et qu... read more »We visited the Wakefield covered bridge on October 12, 2016. We enjoyed the discovery of this covered bridge, especially as the day was beautiful, sunny and warm, and we have us sit a few moments on flat stones below the bridge, allowing us to admire the bridge, the river and the change of colors while taking a sun bath. Our visit to the bridge lasted about 15 mins: we crossed the bridge on foot (it is now forbidden to cars) and read some explanation of the life of the first bridge, its destruction by fire, then its reconstruction. We found it interesting to see and understand the bridge's wooden structure. It was hot in the heart of reading that the bridge was rebuilt after the fire through donations and volunteers. To see if you are in Wakefield.show original
I have been wanting to get here to see the bridge for some time and now I want to go every weekend! It is a lovely place to have a leisurely walk and as it is a pedestrian bridge it is quiet with no c... read more »
I love covered bridges and this one does not disappoint. Purely a pedestrian bridge, you can park nearby for free and walk to the bridge. Be mindful that some of the shoreline is private property when... read more »
The covered bridge is perhaps the most familiar and beloved landmark in Wakefield. It is worth a stop and a walk when visiting the town, or worth a few hours if you want to swim on the rocks underneath in the summer. There is a quaint little local museum called the Fairbarn House kitty corner to the bridge that you can visit if you are there, and it is surrounded by lovely walking trails.
Simply marvellous. Provided more than enough covered bridge length to allow my running partner to practice toe-running without exposing herself to the wind.
A great place to visit and chill on the shores of the Gatineau River.
John Paul Handrigan
This place is beautiful during the fall. Great for family pictures. There's a little information centre and grounds nearby. Perfect to let your kids run around and to have a picnic.
We loved walking across this very long covered bridge and visiting Wakefield.
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