Spend The Day Exploring These 10 Covered Bridges In New Hampshire
By Michelle|Updated on August 31, 2023(Originally published November 17, 2021)
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People come to New Hampshire for a variety of reasons. The ease of living, the natural beauty, and the kind people are just a few of them. For me, it’s the charm of the state that keeps me falling in love with it year after year. And, undoubtedly, a big part of that charm is the quintessential sights that exist in every corner of the state. The New Hampshire covered bridges are the perfect example. Included here are just a few of our favorites, but we recommend searching out as many as you can. Each one is beautiful and different from the rest.
The bridges here are easy to visit one by one, but they also might make a great road trip. If you choose to see them all together, be sure to check out our ultimate road trip packing guide. Of course, even more important are the road trip snacks!
What are some of your favorite covered bridges in New Hampshire? Have you been to any of the ones listed here? If so, we’d love to hear any tips and tricks you have for making a visit fantastic. Nearby restaurants, cafes, and locally owned shops are always high on my list of trip add-ons, so please share your favorites in the comments.
The Blair Bridge, Campton: If you love a good haunting, this bridge is for you. It's considered the most cursed bridge in the state, which means you'll want to visit it as close to Halloween as you can!
Cornish-Windsor Bridge, Cornish: At 449 feet long, this beauty is the longest covered bridge in New Hampshire. And it cost just $9,000 to build back in 1866.
Which hidden gems in New Hampshire should I visit?
You should visit as many hidden gems in New Hampshire as you possibly can. They range from hiking trails to restaurants to unique cultural spots. Here are a few to check out:
Newick's Lobster House, Dover: This family-friendly seafood restaurant has been around for ages and is a beloved part of the culinary world in New Hampshire.