Tannery Hill Covered Bridge


Tannery Hill Covered Bridge, also known as Gunstock River Bridge, is a beautiful covered bridge located in Gilford, New Hampshire.

The bridge was constructed over Gunstock Brook in 1995. It was built on the site of an old covered bridge that had been removed 50 years prior. Tim Andrews created the current bridge for the town of Gilford. It connects the town hall property to downtown Gilford. The Gilford covered bridge is a lattice timber construction with a single span (for foot traffic only). The Tannery Hill Covered Bridge is named after a tannery that used to be located in Gilford, New Hampshire.

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Covered Bridge Specs

  • Constructed: 1995
  • Design/Style: Lattice through truss
  • Total length: 42 feet
  • Total width: 6.5 feet
  • Carries: Recreation Trail
  • Crosses: Gunstock River
  • Usage: Open to pedestrians
  • World Guide Number: 29-01-03


  • Address: 47 Cherry Valley Rd
  • Town: Gilford
  • State: New Hampshire
  • GPS: Lat 43.54959 Lng -71.40536
  • Parking notes: There is a large parking lot located in front of the Gilford Town Hall which is very close to the bridge. The covered bridge can be accessed just a few feet from the parking lot.
  • Parking directions: HERE
  • Location directions: HERE


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