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Wiggly Bridge and Steedman Woods

#2 of 4 things to do in York Harbor Features Animals
Old Mill Rd, York Harbor, York, ME
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Nice walk. Cute bridge

We fortunately found parking alongside. Just a few spots not needing permit. Easy stone walkway... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
It is very wiggly

Took a walk down the pier and on to the wiggly bridge to see if it Really wiggles and it really... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Boston, Massachusetts
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Old Mill Rd, York Harbor, York, ME

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Reviewed 3 days ago

We fortunately found parking alongside. Just a few spots not needing permit. Easy stone walkway to bridge then dirt path after bridge. Alongside river and beautiful views. The bridge is mini suspension bridge. Easy walking. While bridge moved as I jumped mid crossing, it felt...More

Thank crloganphila
Reviewed 1 week ago

Took a walk down the pier and on to the wiggly bridge to see if it Really wiggles and it really does. It's very small but very steady. Check that off of my bucket list.

Thank Panterenoire
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

You can access this bridge by he main road through the village of York, ME or by the "Fishermans Walk" along the harbor. You can view title pools and wildlife before exiting off the bridge for an easy, brief walk along a wooded path to...More

Thank Belmontcouple
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Beautiful scenic short walk over popular suspension bridge on York River. You can stop and turn around or you can continue on through the woods for a short jaunt through the woods; bring your bug spray if it has been wet and raining. The mosquitoes...More

Thank Rosalie B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Needs to be "advertised" more. I stumbled upon it. Lovely trails, nice to get away from the crowds at the beach.

1  Thank Beth P
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

nice walk along the york river across the suspension bridge that sways(peds only), then walk around the island. nice for children also

1  Thank Charles D
Reviewed 15 May 2017

This is a fun bridge. My husband loves bouncy bridges we had no choice but to visit. Well maintained and definitely worth the visit.

1  Thank Melinda H
Reviewed 10 May 2017

Had some time to venture out onto the bridge and into the woods. The bridge and the history of the Mill Pond was very interesting.

Thank gary s
Reviewed 28 April 2017

I've always wanted to walk across this little bridge so today I did it. If it were earlier in the day, I would have hiked around the trails there. My time there though was peaceful and I did what I love to do...take pictures! I...More

Thank MeganZopf
Reviewed 28 April 2017 via mobile

Wiggly bridge was a beautiful walk in a very cold day!So worth it though nice walk across the water to small island with nature trails.Water is crystal clear,I'm sure in warmer weather could really enjoy it

Thank Michael P
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Is this open all year? We are going to York for New Years weekend and are looking for things to do.
29 December 2016|
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Response from ginny3012 | Reviewed this property |
I do not know if it is open in the winter.. I would not think the town would shovel a path on the causeway to get to it --safety issue. As long as there is not much snow, my guess would be that you could walk to it.