Martin Bridge Park

Martin Bridge Park

Marshfield, Vermont 05658

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About this Location

Located in Marshfield, Martin Bridge Park is a picturesque land parcel right off of Route 2. The covered bridge is visible from the road, however, don’t make the mistake of just cruising by without a stop at this fascinating little park.

The unique covered bridge was constructed in 1890 by Herman Townsend for his neighbor, William Martin. The 44-foot-long bridge was built for agricultural use connecting one field to another.

Pass through the quaint covered bridge and encounter a path through the meadow. Stroll through it and up a small hill to encounter another park feature. Set atop the hill is a circular formation of large rocks. The park may be small but the setting is a picturesque little piece of history and community well worth visiting.


  • Restrooms on site

  • Wheelchair accessible trail

  • Entrance fee

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Last updated October 12, 2023