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Wiggly Bridge and Steedman Woods

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Old Mill Rd, York Harbor, York, ME
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short hike

We walked down to the wiggly bridge and took a short hike around Steedman Woods. The view was... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Nice break from the Beach

We went to the Wiggly Bridge for something to do other than the beach. It is a short walk to the... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Braintree, MA
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Old Mill Rd, York Harbor, York, ME

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We walked down to the wiggly bridge and took a short hike around Steedman Woods. The view was pretty and easy to walk.

Thank princess1
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We went to the Wiggly Bridge for something to do other than the beach. It is a short walk to the bridge, and the Steedman woods walk is beautiful. Great little hike for a family or couples.

Thank FamilyGuy02184
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

when we crossed it was low tide and looked like there was very little water anywhere but two hours later it was clear why the path was raised as the water had filled in everywhere beside the pathway.

Thank dmonag000
Reviewed 8 August 2017

This little bridge is great fun, especially for children. Although short, it is full of character and the walk through Steedman woods was great. Take the time to walk to the end of trail and take the opposite trail back to the bridge for a...More

1  Thank blackcat06
Reviewed 31 July 2017

This is also interesting because of the difference caused by the tides.. The water is so clear you can see to the bottom...the other day there were lots of small crabs around. Then you walk over the wiggly wooden bridge and boy does it wiggle!!...More

Thank shaynashayna
Reviewed 28 July 2017

We try to walk this once a week! It is outstanding for everyone! You may even see a big fish swimming under the bridge. Yes, you may bring your dog, on leach!

Thank rslaaliensr
Reviewed 17 July 2017 via mobile

This walk had beautiful views of the lake, boats, and trees. The wiggly bridge is actually wiggly! The water was crystal clear to look down from the bridge. Dogs are allowed on a leash.

2  Thank shelleyeve
Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

Awesome time here! The bridge is really cool! When walking on it will wiggle and bounce and it moves the entire bridge! Has a nice little hike behind the bridge!

1  Thank kesjost
Reviewed 8 July 2017 via mobile

We have a 2 and 5 year old and brought them here on a rainy day. Wiggly Bridge and the wooded trails were great fun for all! Beautiful views of boats on the water and kayakers...The best was watching the tide come in from the...More

1  Thank shiva d
Reviewed 30 June 2017

Great little forested walk which connects back to town if you're up for a longish walk. Beautiful homes all around.

Thank Chipper_444
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17 July 2017|
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Response from Panterenoire | Reviewed this property |
I imagine so. no signs were posted to say otherwise. It's a small bridge that leads to a dirt path to explore the area.
29 December 2016|
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Response from ginny3012 | Reviewed this property |
I do not know if it is open in the winter.. I would not think the town would shovel a path on the causeway to get to it --safety issue. As long as there is not much snow, my guess would be that you could walk to it.