This 150 acre Natural Bridge private park bordering the Bankhead National Forest and containing the New River Gorge, with it’s waterfalls, spring fed river and spectacular bluffs is open year round offering incredible scenery and views with each change of the season. The 148-foot sandstone and iron ore bridge towers 60 feet above winding pathways and is the longest natural bridge east of the Rockies. It is said to date back 200 million years.
A visit to this scenic area includes picnic accommodations, Artesian well and gift shop featuring hand-crafted items.
How to Get There
Natural Bridge is located 9 miles off newly opened I-22 on Highway 278 in Natural Bridge, Alabama.
Open daily 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., year round.
$3.50/adults and $2.50/children