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Beaver Bridge

Ozarks Region
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Overview:
A rare example of a suspension bridge in Arkansas, built in 1943. Called the "Golden Gate of the Ozarks," this historic swinging bridge is the last one in Arkansas open to vehicular traffic and is referred to as "the bridge to nostalgia." The structure was featured in the 2005 movie, "Elizabethtown."

Address:

Beaver Bridge
Ark. 187 East
Beaver, AR 72613

GPS: N36.4700396 W93.7684046

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  • JoAnn Bradford
    JoAnn Bradford · Rogers, AR
    Because it was built at the same time one just like it was built over Little Red River at Higden, AR, But Greers Ferry Lake now covers it, The one at Higden was supposed to have a wooden floor but materials were sent to the opposite site.