There’s a bridge well concealed along the Indiana and Illinois state line that has actually not seen any car traffic in years. Today it’s a secret area best understood just to anglers.
The bridge is along Stateline Road in between Momence, Illinois and Lake Village, Indiana.
Traveling along Ilinois Route 114/Indiana Route 10 at the state line, the roadway north is closed to through traffic due to this bridge being out. Access is much easier from the north where there is a car park preserved as part of a boat launch in the Lasalle Fish and Wildlife Area.
Those who have actually checked out and left Google Reviews have actually discussed the fishing from the location which is marshland surrounding the winding Kankakee River.
Love coming here kayaking fishing and swimming
Was there fishing off the bridge. They likewise have other areas you can from. Not bad, a cool location.
Good location to fish consume a beer and unwind
Fished this bridge all my life never ever been dissapointed
The bridge might not have much life left. There’s been talk for many years of getting rid of the bridge, which is owned by Indiana’s Lake County (it’s officially Lake County Bridge #36), however a complex set of jurisdictions has actually suggested the bridge has actually stayed mostly untended for many years. As just recently as summertime 2022, the Gary Post-Tribune reported on efforts to remove the bridge.
The bridge pertained to our attention after it was discussed on the Abandoned and Forgotten Indiana Facebook group.
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