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Smolen-Gulf Bridge, Ashtabula

(4.4/5 based on 40 reviews on the web)
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  • This is the longest covered bridge in Ashtabula County and I have been told it is the longest in the country. There is a nice picnic area at the one end of the bridge and some nice parking areas under...  more »
  • We toured around Ashtabula County and ended up with this being our last bring, and the longest covered bridge in the US. Below it is a brand new walking/biking covered bridge (baby bridge) which is al...  more »
  • If you haven't seen even the bridge pack a lunch and enjoy the view .take a hike in the trails and enjoy the beauty as you walk across the longest covered bridge.  more »
  • What a great place to visit. Peaceful and beautiful scenery. There is a brand new walking bridge below the big covered bridge. It is stunning. A must to see and visit.
  • This bridge, dedicated in 2008 is not historic, but it is still an engineering delight. Access from a parking lot with a sidewalk is wheelchair accessible. You can walk the length on a pedestrian-only portion.
  • We love traveling to free and off the beaten path things..Smolen Gulf bridge is currently the world's largest covered bridge. It is part of Ashtabula covered bridge tour. You can walk or drive across it. There are plenty of areas for pictures. There is a parking area with a pavilion that has display of local history and the trails you can walk or bike from there. They are currently doing a lot of work to the park and trails to improve it! You can also walk along river bank and picnic or look at the geological formations that show northeast Ohio, shale and sandstone with mixtures of granite mixed throughout. There is a historical Indian trail along the river as well. This is a great spot for individuals, couples or families with kids of all ages. It is pet friendly as well. There was a porta potty but no running water except for what's in the river. It's a quiet peaceful place to spend a few minutes or hours!
  • Nice place to eat lunch, beautiful well maintained Park atmosphere.
  • Pretty basic architectural design