Albany Covered Bridge
The Albany Covered Bridge was first constructed in 1858. Repairs and restorations over the years have kept the bridge in the usable condition you see today. The site has a large parking lot that will accommodate buses and restrooms are available. There are several interpretive panels on both sides of the bridge and a granite fishing pier on the north side. The bridge is closed during the winter months but foot traffic is welcome. The parking lot is maintained year-round.
At a Glance
|Closest Towns:||Conway, NH|
|Information Center:||Saco District Ranger Station|
The bridge is actually located on Passaconaway/Dugway Road just a short distance from the Kancamagus Highway six miles west of Conway.
The Nanamocomuck Ski Trail and the Boulder Loop hiking trail are accessed from either the parking lot for the bridge or the Boulder Loop parking lot on Passaconaway Road.
The Covered Bridge Campground may also be accessed via the bridge but it should be noted that there is a 7’ 9” height restriction for vehicles using the bridge.
The Nanamocomuck Ski Trail and the Boulder Loop hiking trail can be accessed from the parking lot for the bridge.