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Ann BK wrote a review Aug 2020
185 contributions40 helpful votes
Beautifully maintained, it's easily accessible from I-5. History abounds in the area, but very few buildings are left. The 1846 grave that gave the name is a few feet north of the bridge. There is a good sized parking area next to the interpretive sign. The museum is closed because of COVID, but travelers can take photos from outside the fence. No restrooms or picnic tables are available. It's an important stop for history enthusiasts.…
Date of experience: July 2020
Jeanier34 wrote a review Feb 2019
Albany, Oregon190 contributions25 helpful votes
Loved this bridge, we wished that some of the historical buildings had been around to see. Quick on-off from the freeway.
Date of experience: February 2019
jeft wrote a review Nov 2017
Lake Oswego, Oregon214 contributions87 helpful votes
This spot has an interesting place in southern Oregon history, but there is little left to see. The museum was closed on Monday.
Date of experience: November 2017
Erin N wrote a review Jul 2017
Stopped by to see the bridge today and LOVED it. However, there was a TON of graffiti underneath it and quite a bit of trash. I was travelling with my 13 yr old son, and didn't quite feel safe as we were the only ones there. If the surrounding area was cleaned up a bit, I would give it another "circle" Lovely piece of history.…
Date of experience: July 2017
James A wrote a review May 2017
Roseburg, Oregon72 contributions27 helpful votes
You gotta see the pioneer grave nearby and the bridge is regal, old survivor like a covered bridge should be.
Date of experience: May 2017