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Stopped here for a family picnic on our way to flight 93. Small park with picnic tables close to the Casselman River. Nice backdrop for family photos. Interesting history from George Washington era. Small restroom. Handicap parking. Just a few minutes off highway
Grantsville has preserved history, and this is an economic boon to the area.
Casselman River Bridge State Park is located near several other historic sites as well as several interesting restaurants.
Casselman River Bridge State Park is a 4-acre parcel located east of Grantsville in Garrett...More
This little park is so cute. First is the historic Casslemans Bridge. It is just beautiful. A great spot to take pictures. The park has a gazebo down some steps where the ground levels out. If you walk beyond the gazebo a little farther you...More
Wife is a shutter-bug, so we drove an hour out of our way to take a peak at this one-of-the-oldest-and-longest-used stone arch bridges in the country. The down-side is that you absolutely have to pick your weather. But it is truly a beauty and with...More
If you like bridges and are interested in history this is a must see. A Beautiful stone arch bridge built in 1813. A piece of history. Enjoy the view to the Casselman River below. Walk across on either side and enjoy either the Spruce Forest...More
We stopped here on our way to Antietam battlefield.Nice,quiet area with historic scenic bridge. I believe there may have been some walking paths,etc,but nothing way out of the ordinary.Several outstanding restaurants in the vicinity,including Casselman Inn.