Natural Bridge, Alabama: Natural Bridge Of AlabamaRunning a length of 148 ft., this sandstone and iron ore arch is the "Longest Natural Bridge East of the Rockies." Bonus: try to spot another formation, the "Indian Face."
Natural Bridge Park
- County Rd 314, Natural Bridge, AL
- Natural Bridge Park, North of U SHwy 278 on west side of Hwy 13, watch for big sign.
Visitor Tips and News About Natural Bridge Of Alabama
This is in a beautiful, natural area of northwest Alabama. It is not that far off of the main road, worth the trip if you like natural stone formations and arches.[Bob B., 07/12/2012]
Just visited this large double natural bridge. It is larger than the better known one in Virginia. There is now a $2.50 per adult and $1.50 child admission. We thought it was worth it.[Robin Chandler, 06/15/2012]
Longest natural bridge east of the Rockies. Double span bridge. Park open all year. Northwest Alabama on US 278, west of intersections #5 and #13.[Chance Madison, 11/24/2011]
148 ft. long arch about 60 ft. above the ground. Also in Natural Bridge Park: a formation called "Indian Face."
A natural limestone bridge that has been a park and roadside attraction since the 1950s. Area is still primitive and beautiful.[T. Jennings, 03/10/2002]