Felton Covered Bridge Park

Felton Covered Bridge Park

Graham Hill Rd. and Mt. Hermon Rd.
Felton, California 95018
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Local Phone: (831) 454-7938

Featured at this park is a covered wooden bridge, one of the few left in the state!

Walk on the path, picnic or BBQ, play volleyball, use the playground or one of the large, grassy areas.

Fishing with proper licenses is allowed. Restrooms are available.

Covered bridge. Credit: Photo by Visit Santa Cruz.
Covered bridge. Credit: Photo by Visit Santa Cruz.
Stop by the Felton Covered Bridge Park and marvel at a California State Historical Landmark. Built in 1892, the Felton Covered Bridge is one of the few covered bridges remaining in the state. There is a nearby playground and a wide grassy expanse with a walking path perfect for pets. This location is less than half a mile from Roaring Camp Railroads, so it could be a great addition to a Felton historical tour! more »
Loki in Santa Cruz. Photo Credit: Kim Williams
Loki in Santa Cruz. Photo Credit: Kim Williams
Just a short hop south of the Bay Area, Santa Cruz County is diverse and exceedingly dog-friendly. Variety is the name of the game when it comes to dog-friendly lodging and dining—as well as other options for a yappy, outdoor-centric getaway. Here are some suggestions to get tails a’wagging. more »
Santa Cruz beach dog with frisbee
Photo credit: Don DeBold (CC)
When it comes to things to do with your dog in Santa Cruz County, there’s the obvious (beaches, wineries), and the not-so-obvious—like Byrne-Milliron Forest, a 400-acre Land Trust of Santa Cruz County property managed as a working forest and laced with dog-friendly trails (off-leash hiking for dogs with reliable recall is allowed). Another option for hikers is Pogonip, a 640-acre nature reserve/greenbelt with numerous dog-friendly trails. Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park is one of few state-run parks in California that allows dogs on some (but not all) trails. Got kids? Roaring Camp Railroads offers dog- and family-friendly steam train excursions through the redwoods. Another gem is Felton Covered Bridge Park, where the photo opps are as good as the picnic grounds are shady.

Of course, for first-time visitors, the obvious may not be so obvious. Suggestions for a yappy day: more »
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