Covered Bridge Park

Quick Facts

Covered Bridge Park

Wisconsin

(262) 692-2825

Map Directions

Things To Do

 

Overview

Amenities for this 13 acre park include: Open Space; Picnic Tables and Grills; "Red Bridge" - State Historic Marker; Off-road Parking, Fishing; Canoe access - Cedar Creek.

Cedar Creek flows through this 12 acre park, and is one of the most convenient places to access this waterway. The park is open to the public year-round. There is an abundant amount of open space for many leisure activities like kite flying, frisbee, or just soaking up the sun on a blanket. Dogs and cats are welcome, if on a leash and cleaned up after.

If a quiet stroll is what you prefer, enjoy a nice walk along the Cedar Creek shoreline or over Cedar Creek on the last remaining wooden covered bridge in Wisconsin. The mixture of woods, water, bridges and open lawn make this park a prime 'picture spot' for special occasions, like wedding parties and family events.

Picnic tables, grills, drinking water and portable toilets are available at the park.

Map of Covered Bridge Park

Latitude, Longitude: 43.338311, -88.005000

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Activities

  • Picnicking

    Picnickers can grill out on a variety of grills available through out the park, but you have to be willing to share these areas with the deer, birds and other wildlife that frequent the park.

Directions

Driving

Covered Bridge Park is located about 1 mile northwest of Cedarburg and Grafton, near the intersection of Covered Bridge Road and Cedar Creek Road. The park has two entrances along Covered Bridge Road and Cedar Creek flows east through the center of the park.

Phone Numbers

Primary

(262) 692-2825

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