Potter’s Bridge Park features the only remaining covered bridge in Hamilton County, and is surrounded by a 66-acre park. Constructed between 1870-1871 by Josiah Durfee, and restored in 1999, the bridge serves as the centerpiece of Potter’s Bridge Park. The bridge boasts beautiful views of the White River and is a great place to observe wildlife in its natural habitat. Potter’s Bridge Park is water-recreation friendly and includes paved trails, playground, picnic areas and provides canoe access to the White River. The park also contains the White River Greenway Trail, which spans 3.25 miles along the White River through Forest Park and on to either downtown Noblesville or Morse Park and Beach.