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Harrisburg Covered Bridge

Old Covered Bridge Rd, Sevierville, TN
+1 888-361-3731
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just a ride through

Good place to just ride through if you are in the area. This is very close to the Deer Farm... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Melissa C
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Greenville, North Carolina
Cool but not awesome.

I took my teenage daughter and a friend to see the bridge. The wanted to take some pictures. There... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Tammy F
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Dandong, China
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Old Covered Bridge Rd, Sevierville, TN
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+1 888-361-3731
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Good place to just ride through if you are in the area. This is very close to the Deer Farm location. It is in a neighborhood, with quite a bit of traffic, so not a great place to stop.

Thank Melissa C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I took my teenage daughter and a friend to see the bridge. The wanted to take some pictures. There is really no good place to get a good view for a picture. I wish it was a little more of an historical tourist spot but...More

Thank Tammy F
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

If you're going through, go do it! This is a neat piece of history, but as far as getting out to look at it, is not really possible. Local traffic still uses this bridge, so piddling too long might not be a good plan. Seeing...More

Thank gccordova
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We veered off course to see the old bridge when we saw the sign on main road. There’s lots of these in Vermont but a rarity in the South. Thanks to two local DAR chapters who worked to restore it.

Thank williamwH9178PK
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This covered bridge is unique because it is drivable. Good photo opportunity. Easy to find on way to Forbidden Caverns.

Thank luvtogogirl
Reviewed 8 November 2017

A “must see” if you’ve never seen or driven across a covered bridge. A little off the beaten path but worth it. Is a one-lane, working, covered bridge. Don’t see those every day down here.

Thank Z5808IYbillc
Reviewed 7 November 2017

This was very worthwhile driving out to just simply to see a little history. Well maintained and very picturesque. Great photo opportunity. No real place to pull over to park but worth the effort. A hidden gem...

Thank Garry M
Reviewed 3 November 2017

It was a nice ride in the country and although there wasn't much room to pull over we were able to find a spot and were able to get some nice photo shots of a beautiful old covered bridge. I love covered bridges so this...More

Thank ShirleyE601
Reviewed 29 October 2017

Not far out of the way and a beautiful part of history. Definitely worth the few moments drive to see!

Thank Cynthia H
Reviewed 24 October 2017 via mobile

Beautiful real covered bridge from 1875! There is no parking BUT on one side of the bridge there is a falling down old shack of a house so you can pull onto the driveway to get out and take some pics. It is private property...More

Thank Scott W
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Karen R
22 October 2017|
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Response from JuliaHughes | Reviewed this property |
Yes. Public road. Wouldn't really recommend it though because people live there on each side of the bridge. (private property.) If you go during the day there is a spot to park and walk across the bridge. Then you can... More
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