Albany Covered Bridge, White Mountains, Albany, New Hampshire, USA.
Albany Covered Bridge was built in 1858 and renovated in 1970 in the town of Albany in White Mountain National Forest, New Hampshire, USA. Albany Covered Bridge spans the Swift River along Passaconaway Road just east of Kancamagus Highway (NH Route 112), six miles west of Conway. Come around the first week of October to enjoy leaf peeping during the peak of autumn foliage colors. In order to reach Covered Bridge Campground, the 7' 9" height restriction of Albany Covered Bridge requires larger RVs to loop around via Conway on Kancamagus Highway (NH Route 112), go left (east) on H113, go left (north) on Washington Street, fork left on West Side Road, then go left (west) on Passaconaway Road for six miles to the nice National Forest campground near the covered bridge. The White Mountains (a range in the northern Appalachian Mountains) cover a quarter of the state of New Hampshire.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download