1911 Pisgah Covered BridgeThings To Do -> History and Heritage -> Historic Landmarks (Asheboro)
This historic structure, one of North Carolina‘s two remaining covered bridges, was built in 1911 at a cost of $40. The bridge is 54 feet in length and crosses the West Fork Branch of the Little River within the Uwharrie National Forest and is a direct connection to the county‘s past mode of transportation when horse and wagon were common and automobile travel was in its infancy.
Public accessibility: Self-guided walking tours
Disclaimer: Randolph County and its municipalities have designated a variety of historic landmarks. Just as with state and national historic landmarks, visitors should be aware that some are private and not open to the public. Please contact the Visitors Bureau for additional information regarding accessibility before traveling long distances.