Casselman River Bridge State Park

Casselman Bridge Photo
The 80-ft. stone arch bridge was the largest of its kind when constructed in 1813. It was located along the National Road, linking Cumberland with the Ohio River.


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10240 National Pike
Grantsville, MD
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  • Family-Friendly
  • Free Parking
  • Pet-Friendly
Rated 5 by shorebum

June 15, 2021


An Unexpected Find

The bridge is very striking and picture perfect. We enjoyed strolling through the small artisan village and speaking with the talented men and women who create baskets, pottery, and many other works...

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Rated 4 by Valerie C

May 06, 2021

Valerie C

Lovely place for a short visit

Casselman River Bridge State Park is a lovely spot. The historic stone bridge was formerly used for traffic, but is now a pedestrian bridge. There are signs explaining the history of the bridge...

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Rated 3 by Prawet J

November 08, 2020

Prawet J

Nice stop for history lesson

Rt. 40 long before I-68 is the highway connected Western MD to Eastern WVA. Now with I-68 (National Highway) becomes the major road, Rt. 40 is a scenic road parallel to the Highway. The state park...

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