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Sachs Covered Bridge

Waterworks Road Tr 509/Tr 405, Gettysburg, PA 17325
+1 717-334-6274
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Beautiful!

Historic bridge is a nice spot to sit with lunch or just relax away from the hubub of Gettysburg... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
K B
Great place for Ghost Hunting and the views during day

A serene place where loves of the paranormal can go at night to look for the undead. During the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
jlsween98
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Carlisle, Pennsylvania
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Waterworks Road Tr 509/Tr 405, Gettysburg, PA 17325
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Historic bridge is a nice spot to sit with lunch or just relax away from the hubub of Gettysburg and the battlefields...

Thank K B
Reviewed 1 week ago

A serene place where loves of the paranormal can go at night to look for the undead. During the day it is full of beauty and teh nature is amazing. THere are some walking paths that you can get great photos of the bridge.

Thank jlsween98
Reviewed 1 week ago

Unlike many visitors to this bridge who may be in search of ghosts, I was there only because of my great interest in covered bridges. And this one is absolutely beautiful! It is very well maintained. The design of the bridge in interesting and the...More

Thank hph1
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We went on a drive around Gettysburg and stopped here, engineering student were getting lessons on the bridge it is under restoration and is closed, very old and part of the history in the area. You can still walk the bridge and it is amazing...More

Thank SweetSydneyToronto
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A unique covered bridge that is only open to foot traffic now. Not hard to find once you have good directions. Very near the Confederate positions.

Thank IrishFan-80
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We decided to go to Sachs Covered Bridge because we hadn't been there for a while. The bridge is gorgeous and a prime example of something that's disappearing in the US Go if your get a chance.

Thank Alex_Foodie
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Camped at Gettysburg campground and this covered bridge is only a few miles away. Enjoyed seeing and walking across the covered bridge. Well worth the visit.

Thank Tom S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a well worth stop! Having heard that this was haunted we were hoping to have an experience or some added figures on our pictures - unfortunately wasn't meant to happen this trip. To know that BOTH armies used this bridge was pretty neat....More

Thank Kim H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We had gone here several years ago as part of a ghost tour, and decided to go on our own. We took some interesting pictures that we need to look at little closer. Perfect stop if you enjoy ghost hunting.

Thank Tom B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Had some trouble finding this but when I finally got there is was fantastic. My satnav didn't understand Waterworks Road Tr 509/Tr 405 but while driving around I spotted it nearby. Use cnr waterworks rd and pumping station road or just waterworks rd should get...More

Thank blueswarrior
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