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Felton Covered Bridge Park, Felton

(3.2/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
The Felton Covered Bridge is a covered bridge over the San Lorenzo River in Felton, Santa Cruz County in the U.S. state of California. Built in 1892, the bridge employs a brown truss structural system and is approximately 80 feet long. The bridge became a California Historical Landmark in 1957, was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973, and had a major restoration in 1987 after being damaged in storms in the winter of 1982.It is considered to be the tallest covered bridge in the United States, and was the main entry point for Felton for 45 years.The bridge is no longer used on the roadway, but is accessible to pedestrians visiting the Felton Covered Bridge Park.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Just like the Madison County Bridge, it's a roff-covered bridge. Not big or fancy, but it's small and rusty thing to watch. I saw a young guy sitting there reading under the roof and the stream under ...  more »
  • This park has a decent structured playground with swings, climbing structures and slides for kids of all ages. The decade old covered bridge has been well maintained and leads back to a horse rescue f...  more »
  • This is a nice park for summer picnics and country strolls. I enjoy it as a place to stop and 'chill after work. Lots of picnic tables and a covered bridge to cross!  more »
Google
  • This is a great park for taking a stroll, or a nap, but not for sleeping in overnight if you're homeless or a crusty traveler. Get a bagel across the street and try to make it up to SF or down to Santa Cruz.
  • Nice park to take your kids too...can even cross bridge to go look at the horses
  • Great park for the kids to play at. You will have to over look the homeless that like to hangout there. They really are ok people, kind and respectful for the most part. The kids will have a great time playing there.
  • This park used to have BBQ's no more, picnic tables are few and far between. Trees are being removed and the park for children is in full sun. Sport groups take over the lawn areas. Not much of a place for a dip in the creek or a family BBQ anymore.
  • Use to be nice when i was a kid now its kinda dirty and people sleeping on it