Enjoy several 360-degree panoramas of the Bridgeport Covered Bridge as well as wild irises in South Yuba River State Park in California. Use your mouse to click and drag (or the arrows on your computer keyboard to move each view left, right, up or down) or if you are on your smartphone, simply tilt your phone or turn to change viewing angles for each view selected. Click here to read our complete story about South Yuba River State Park and the Bridgeport Covered Bridge.
View of the Bridgeport Covered Bridge from just below the bridge on the banks of the South Yuba River.
View of the Bridgeport Covered Bridge from at the entrance for the Point Defiance Loop trail.
Expansive sand and gravel beach along the South Yuba River on the Point Defiance Loop trail just before Englebright Lake.
South Yuba River State Park is well known for its wildflower displays starting in late March and going into May. Wild irises are often the first to bloom.
At the high point on the Point Defiance Loop trail, before descending down a series of switchbacks back to the main parking area for South Yuba River State Park.
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