The Walking Bridge in Leechburg is a unique feature of the town. It connects Leechburg and Hyde Park for pedestrian traffic only. The bridge is currently situated on two old railroad bridge piers left after a significant flood destroyed the bridge that was there. On the other side, it is named the Hyde Park Foot Bridge.
Features fantastic views of the Kiskiminetas River. The walking surface is grated so that you can see well below you. The bridge also sways and bounces as you cross, giving it a unique feel.
Lighting for nighttime was recently installed.
The bridge is 600 feet long and 4 1/2 feet wide. The current bridge was opened in 1955.