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Larwood Bridge

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Beautiful and one of six Covered Bridges in the area

In this area from Albany, Stayton and the broader Scio Area (Lacombe, Crab Tree, etc.) there are 6... read more

Reviewed 11 May 2017
VictoryVisionTim
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Marana, Arizona
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Larwood Bridge

A nice out of the way place to go for some fresh country air or a picnic. Historic covered bridge... read more

Reviewed 8 November 2012
Larry E
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Albany, Oregon
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A quaint covered bridge that was built in 1939 and serves as a picturesque backdrop for picnics.
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10 May 2017
“Beautiful and one of six Covered Bridges in the area”
8 Nov 2012
“Larwood Bridge”
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Crabtree, OR
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Reviewed 11 May 2017 via mobile

In this area from Albany, Stayton and the broader Scio Area (Lacombe, Crab Tree, etc.) there are 6 Covered Bridges called Stayton-Jordan, Hannah, Gilkey, Larwood, Hoffman and Shimanek. The history of each Bridge and a tour map can easily be found online. The Larwood bridge...More

Thank VictoryVisionTim
Reviewed 8 November 2012

A nice out of the way place to go for some fresh country air or a picnic. Historic covered bridge, creek, country vistas. Not far from the fish hatchery either.

Thank Larry E
Reviewed 11 October 2012

A quiet park with a stream. A lovely place for a picnic. The children enjoy watching the water, and exploring the bridge.

Thank Oreg0nB
Reviewed 21 April 2012

Very picturesque bridge, great photos. We saw seven of the bridges on a beautiful day in April. We were at a horse clinic and got done early so decided to drive around. It was rally fun trying to find them, kind of like a scavenger...More

Thank Sparkymico
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