Cannon Street Covered Bridge

Bench by the Cannon St Bridge by Sally McAleerThe smallest covered bridge in the region, Cannon Street Bridge is a footbridge in Lowell's Rolling Rock Interpretive Park. Windows on both sides lend it charm.

Great spot to let the kids romp or just stretch your legs. 


  • Design - Covered Howe truss
  • Length - 20 feet (6 m)
  • Crosses - Ditch
  • Nearest Town - Lowell, OR
  • Current Access - Pedestrian


Right in the middle of Lowell, this community heritage park showcases mementos of the railroads era. Details include a pathway designed to look like railroad tracks. The park includes restrooms, a picnic shelter and a variety of interactive structures for children's play including a 1929 caboose. Located at Main and Pioneer Streets. There is a small convenience store nearby if you wish to restock camp supplies or get a snack.


  • Pengra, Parvin, Unity and Lowell covered bridges are within a 10 mile (16 km) radius
  • Every summer the Blackberry Jam festival is held here in Rolling Rock Park. There is a parade, fishing derby, fun run, quilt show, car show, live music, blackberry pie contests including bake-offs and pie eating
  • Lowell State Recreation Site & Marina is a day-use park on Dexter Reservoir. It is home to both the Oregon Association of Rowers and the University of Oregon Crew Team

Cannon Street Covered Bridge