Amish-Made Weight-Bearing Cedar Plank Garden Bridge - In 8 Sizes and 9 Finishes
Amish-Made Weight-Bearing Cedar Plank Garden Bridge - In 8 Sizes and 9 Finishes
Color options available for Amish weight-bearing cedar plank garden bridgesWeight-Bearing Cedar Plank Garden Bridge, UnfinishedWeight-Bearing Cedar Plank Garden Bridge, Cedar Stain
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Handcrafted in Pennsylvania by an Amish craftsman, these garden bridges are a great complement to a garden plot or yard! They work well for defining your yard, accenting your garden, or crossing a stream or water feature. Not just decorative, these heavy-duty, weight-bearing bridges are actually functional! These handmade wooden bridges are made of yellow pine, and are available in a wide variety of Natural Kote™ eco-friendly soy-based stains, which is safe for children, pets, fish, plants and the environment!

Because of the inherent characteristics of wood as a material, this bridge may include knots and other natural blemishes. While these products are skillfully crafted, all wood products will include natural variations such that no two bridges will be identical.

SKU Length Width Weight
3004C 48" 37" 90lb
3006C 72" 37" 175lb
3008C 96" 37" 215lb
3010C 120" 37" 230lb
3012C 144" 37" 265lb
4008C 96" 47" 245lb
4010C 120" 47" 310lb
4012C 144" 47" 390lb

Shipping is included in the price. Generally ships within two to five business days. 
To inquire about shipping multiple items on a pallet or local pick-up in central PA, please contact us: 

Important: All wooden products sold unfinished should be finished immediately with a paint or stain by the customer. No wood products should be left unfinished, as they are extremely susceptible, especially to humidity or water damage, in this state. Unfinished products should not be purchased unless adequate weather-safe storage is available while the product awaits treatment.

Prop 65 Warning: This product can expose you to chemicals including wood dust, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer.
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