Knight's Ferry
March 21st - 22nd

The Knight's Ferry Bridge is a historic covered bridge spanning the Stanislaus River at Knights Ferry, California. Built in 1863, it is the longest covered bridge in the United States, and one of the best-preserved 19th-century wood-iron Howe truss bridges to survive. It was designated a U.S. Nation

Other Details:

PARKING: Various lots around the event. Cost to park TBD.

SOUND LEVEL: LOUD! Canons and Rifles make a good amount of noise.

KIDS: Welcome. May want to bring ear plugs/muffs to dampen noise.

FACILITIES: Flush bathrooms and porta-potties

COST: Donation based

ACCESSIBILITY: Prepare to climb a small hill to get the best viewing area of the battlefield. The two camps are a small distance apart but require traversing various ramps/stairs. 

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: Dogs are allowed. BUT must be under strict control at all times. Dogs do NOT do well to canon blasts. Picnic areas throughout the park.

Contact: TBD for more information

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