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Pisgah Covered Bridge


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Explore this interesting historic structure, one of North Carolina?s two remaining covered bridges. A great spot for photography, picnics and nature walks along the surrounding quarter-mile walking trail. Free picnic tables and public parking available.




Address:
6875 Pisgah Covered Bridge Rd
Asheboro, NC 27205
Phone: (800)626-2672
Our Email: awilliams@visitrandolphcounty.com
Our Website:www.pisgahcoveredbridge.com

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