Willard Covered Bridge


Willard Covered Bridge is a historic bridge that spans the Ottauquechee River in North Hartland, New Hampshire. It is the eastern of two covered bridges on the road that are linked by a small island in the river; the western bridge was constructed in 2001. Built in 1870, Willard Bridge is 125 feet long and it features a single-span Town lattice truss design that rests on stone abutments faced in concrete. The bridge has a single lane which allows vehicles to travel on Mill Street over the river.

Willard Covered Bridge is truly a beautiful structure. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.

Woodstock is a great town near North Hartland – check out our blog post 15 Most Beautiful Places In Woodstock, Vermont!

Covered Bridge Specs

  • Constructed: 1870
  • Design/Style: Covered Through truss
  • Total length: 125 feet
  • Total width: 21 feet
  • Carries: Mill St
  • Crosses: Ottauquechee River
  • Usage: Open to vehicles
  • World Guide Number: 45-14-02
  • NRHP: 73000216


  • Address: Mill St
  • Town: North Hartland
  • State: New Hampshire
  • GPS: Lat 43.59366 Lng -72.34965
  • Parking notes: Parking for Willard Covered Bridge is limited. There is a small dirt parking area at the West entrance of the bridge.
  • Parking directions: HERE
  • Location directions: HERE


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