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Bump Covered Bridge was originally built in 1877 and was known as Webber Bridge. Due to structural issues, Webber Bridge was rebuilt in 1972 and named Bump Covered Bridge. It was rebuilt by Arnold Graton for a price of $2,500 and it is maintained by the town of Campton.
Bump Bridge is located on Bump Road in Campton, NH and it crosses the Beebe River. This bridge is 68’4” long and is still open to car traffic.
Bump Bridge is listed in the World Guide of Covered Bridges, and it is New Hampshire covered bridge #43. Bump Bridge is also listed as Campton Historical Society as Site Marker 7.
We recently drove through this bridge and enjoyed the beautiful scenery that surrounds it. If you are looking for some of the best covered bridges in New Hampshire, I would recommend putting this one on your list! It is a peaceful road and can easily be combined with a visit to the Blair Bridge, also in Campton, NH.
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