LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Discover Arkansas traveled to Faulkner County this week to walk a bridge that dates back decades.

The Springfield Bridge was built in 1874 in Springfield, Ark. The bridge originally connected to Des Arc.

It was restored and carefully moved to Beaverfork Lake Park in 2017.

Arkansans may visit the historic bridge year-round at no cost. The pedestrian bridge is surrounded by Beaverfork Lake, wildlife, picnic benches, and disc golf.

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