The 4-acre Casselman River Bridge State Park is popular for picnics, fly fishing and photography. It was the longest single span stone arch bridge in the United States when the 80-foot span was erected in 1813 and served as a major link on the National Road from 1813 to 1933. Although the bridge no longer transports vehicle traffic, it is open to pedestrians and is accessible to visitors with disabilities.
You should be in and out in easily under an hour, even with kids and dogs. It generally isn't over crowded. If you enjoy history, it's a quick stop worth making
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