Riverwalk Covered Bridge, Littleton

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  • We were traveling through New Hampshire from Bar Harbor heading to Vermont. We stayed at the Franconia BW and headed to Littleton to look around and try to find a restaurant with availability for... 
    We were traveling through New Hampshire from Bar Harbor heading to Vermont. We stayed at the Franconia BW and headed to Littleton to look around and try to find a restaurant with availability for...  more »
  • It took a little bit to find this one. Get off the main road and take the road on the other side of the river OR cross down by foot under the Historic sign. It’s really not visible from the main... 
    It took a little bit to find this one. Get off the main road and take the road on the other side of the river OR cross down by foot under the Historic sign. It’s really not visible from the main...  more »
  • This bridge is part of the riverwalk and is one of the features that makes Littleton unqiue, so by all means if you are there, you should go see it. Also, there are not that many covered bridges... 
    This bridge is part of the riverwalk and is one of the features that makes Littleton unqiue, so by all means if you are there, you should go see it. Also, there are not that many covered bridges...  more »
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  • Located over the Ammonusuc and seconds from Main Street by way of public stairs. A paved pathway down a semi steep incline leads to the beautiful, covered footbridge. The bridge overlooks the scenic and popular-to-locals "flat rock" area of the river. Swimming or wading is allowed at your own risk. Always anticipated by the community, both young and old alone surely will marvel at the bright orange pumpkins arranged a top the flat-rocks to be admired. As dusk sets in, a myriad of spooky, silly, simple and intricate Jack-o'-lanterns which are donated, designed and displayed by local participants come alive with fiery toothy and toothless grins and scary faces which appear to be "floating" and marching slow and menacingly toward their "death'. Exiting the bridge to the right reveals a neatly planned, and thought out responsibility aside a traditional mowed field great for picnics and frisbee tossing. A gravel and earthen path tip toes it's way across our the ground. Night stands await your current reading project
  • Beautiful spot. Lit during the night as well. You can walk right down to the river and sit in the middle of it if the water is low enough.
  • This covered walking bridge is extremely long and windy. There are excellent views of the river.
  • This was our first visit to Littleton NH. We wanted to see the downtown area and do the river walk as we are active walkers and like to search out new venues. It was a mid-May 85 degree day and was quite pleasant day for a new experience. After eating at Gold Pizza and visiting Chutter's candy we enjoyed our walk along the river. The covered bridge was interesting ang long. The walk was enjoyable with the river running swiftly. Several benches allowed us to enjoy the river even more.
  • Beautiful area for a walk or picnic

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