Wakefield Covered Bridge
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Wakefield Covered Bridge built-1915 at entrance of the village & was one of the first bridges to link the 2 shores of the Gatineau River. The bridge was destroyed by fire in 1984. The village collected money to rebuild the bridge. In 1998, the new Gendron covered bridge was inaugurated.
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It's worth the drive along Meech Lake, to this amazing little picturesque town.
The Wakefield Bridge, correctly called the Gendron Bridge, is not only a beautiful sight but also has a long history to it. Over many years, it served to connect the village of Wakefield to Edelweiss, but the current bridge is a replica of the original Gendron Bridge, which was burned down by…
The Wakefield Covered Bridge was built in 1915 at the entrance of the village and was one of the first bridges to link the two shores of the Gatineau river. Today, it is the perfect spot to spend an afternoon under the sun and enjoy the view.
This is a red covered bridge that crosses the Gatineau river. It was destroyed by fire in 1984 and rebuilt in 1998 as a pedestrian only crossing.
You have to stop at the covered bridge while your here. Take in the views of the village, have a swim near the rocks and meet some pretty cool locals too