The Croton Gorge Park Bridge is a steel arch bridge over the Croton River at the Croton Gorge Park in Westchester County, New York.
The construction of the Croton Gorge Park Bridge was initiated to facilitate entry to a private road situated at the foundation of the New Croton Dam. The contract for the development of the bridge was granted to James McFerran, the assignee of John Kenny Jr., through an $8,100 contract awarded on October 28, 1904. 1 The project was completed by January 1906.
- State: New York
- Route: Croton Gorge Park Road
- Type: Steel Arch
- Status: Active - Automobile
- Total Length: 150 feet
- Deck Width: 18 feet
- Navigational Clearance:
- “New Highway Bridges at New Croton Reservoir.” Report to the Aqueduct Commissioners. 31 Dec. 1906, pp. 12, 55-56, 105.