Do You Know About The ‘Little Golden Gate’ Bridge In Arkansas?
I am all about going out and exploring the cool things that Arkansas has to offer and I am excited about what I just found. Did you know that there is a Little Golden Gate Bridge in Arkansas?
So if you are like me and I was just a little surprised that there is a bridge that calls itself the Little Golden Gate Bridge. The bridge is located in the northern part of the state in the little town of Beaver Arkansas.
So here we go on Arkansas's last suspension bridge.
As you make your way to the entry you notice it is only one lane wide and somewhat low with a clearance of only 11 feet and 6 inches.
So here are the technical specifications of the 'Little Golden Gate Bridge' It is only 11 feet wide, and the average full-size truck is a little over 6 and 1/2 feet wide, so the bridge is certainly one lane only. So you must be prepared to yield to anyone who is already on the bridge for sure.
The bridge is 544 feet long or almost two football fields that you must go over before arriving at the other side.
And if you are curious like I am, and a little scared to go over the bridge, check out this video of a big bus going over the bridge.
And here is the video of the ride along this bridge and the surrounding town of Beaver Arkansas. Beaver Arkansas is a little town of 67 people and is located in Northwest Arkansas near Eureka Springs.
Would you drive over this bridge?