The Haggard Swinging Bridge is a historic suspension bridge over Bear Creek just north of Harrison, AR. This suspension bridge was placed on the Historic Register in 1995. It was built by the WPA (Works Progress Administration) and was completed in 1941.
It is located on Cottonwood road, a few miles north of Harrison. It is a short distance from US Highway 65 so it is worth taking a short detour to see this historic bridge.
Today, the bridge is open to pedestrian traffic. You can walk on the bridge and view Bear Creek flowing below. Please be sure and don’t leave your trash at this historic site.
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