Cowley County Stone Arch Bridges


Stone Bridge Seal colorVisitors from across the globe come to Cowley County to visit the historic bridges including the stone arch bridges.

There are only 1,700 stone arch bridges remaining in the United States with more than 17 historical bridges across Cowley County.

– Safety & Respecting Private Property

When visiting the stone arch bridges in Cowley County keep in mind that most locations are surrounded by private property. While the roadway is public access, the land around and under the bridge requires landowner permission to enter the property.

We hope you enjoy your visit in Cowley County and all that our communities offer!

Tourism Specialists at the Winfield Chamber and Arkansas City Chamber are happy to assist you in your search of the stone arch bridges.

Winfield Chamber
123 E. 9th Ave.
Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm

Arkansas City Chamber
106 S Summit St.
Hours: Mon-Thurs 9am-5pm & Fri 9am-1pm

Happy Bridge Hunting! Here are printable and Google map links for your convenience:

Check out the Photos of the bridges at Flickr!


Cowley County Stone Arch Bridges were featured on KTWU’s Sunflower Journeys. Watch full episode here at the link below!

KTWU Sunflower Journeys, Episode 2907

Sunflower Journey episode on bridges cover


Fromm Bridge-Built 1917

Thomson Bridge-1906