On the Grounds of Clark’s Trading Post in Lincoln, New Hampshire is the Clark’s Covered Bridge. The bridge spans the Pemigewassett River and was constructed in 1904. Originally located in Barre, Vermont it was moved to the present site by the Clark family in 1960 and is now part of the tourist attraction in the park.
In addition to the trained bear acts,
the water park,
and the museums,
there is a short train ride on a steam locomotive which takes you through the covered bridge.
The train ride is great fun for the kids and it is the best way to see the bridge.