The Stomach-Dropping Suspended Bridge Walk You Can Only Find In Massachusetts

Editors Note: Since this article was originally published, the bridge at Frank Knowles-Little River Reserve has been replaced by a boardwalk. If you’re looking for another amazing bridge walk in Massachusetts, try this blooming bridge of flowers instead.

If you like your nature walks with a touch of thrill, this swinging suspension bridge in the woods may be just the adventure you’ve been looking for. Read on to learn about this cool suspended walk through one of the state’s prettiest natural settings.

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The Frank Knowles-Little River Reserve can be found on Potomska Road in South Dartmouth, MA. The parking lot and trailhead are 9/10ths of a mile north of the Lloyd Center entrance or 7/10ths of a mile south of the intersection of Potomska, Rock O’Dundee and Gaffney Roads. The Boardwalk Trail is the one you’ll want to take to check out the suspension bridge. For another great canopy walk in Massachusetts, take a look at this one in Western Mass.