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Arched Garden Bridge Plans – Landscape Bridge

Arched garden bridge plans. Plans include step-by-step illustrated drawings, shopping list, cutting list, and free PDF download.

Arched Garden Bridge Plans – Overview

Arched Garden Bridge Plans – Material List

Shopping List

Shopping List

2 – 2×12 pressure treated – 10′

2 – 2×4 pressure treated – 8′

10 – 2×6 – 8′

2 – 4×4 – 8′

2 – 1×10 – 8′

6 – 4×4 post caps

3″ deck screws

3 1/2″ deck screws

Cutting List

Cutting List

A – 2 – 2×12 pressure treated – 10′

B – 4 – 2×4 pressure treated – 3′ 5″

C -20 – 2×6 – 4′

D – 6 – 4×4 – 2′ 6″

E – 2 – 1×10 – 8′

Arched garden bridge plans - ACut two 10′ 2×12’s (A) as shown on illustration above.

Arched garden bridge plans - BCut four 2×4’s to 3′ 5″ long. Pre-drill holes and assemble as shown above. Screw 3 1/2″ deck screws through (A) and into (B).

Arched garden bridge plans - CCut 20 2×6’s to 4′ long (C). Cut a 45-degree bevel cut on the first and last 2×6. Assemble as shown on illustration above, leaving a 2″ overhang on the sides. Gap boards 1/2″ – 3/4″. Pre-drill holes and screw 3 1/2″ deck screws through (C) and into (A).

Arched garden bridge plans - DCut six 4×4’s to 2′ 6″ long (D). Assemble as shown on illustration above. Notch the 2×6 deck boards around the 4×4 rail post. Drill holes and install the 4×4’s with 5 1/2″ carriage bolts.

Arched garden bridge plans - ECut two 8′ 1×10’s (E) as shown on illustration above.

Arched garden bridge plans

Pre-drill and install rails (E) using 3″ deck screws. Install 4×4 post caps.

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6 comments

  1. I enjoy all that you send keep it up thanks

  2. Thank you for all your plans that you send. Thank you and keep them coming. (Buddy L. )

  3. These are my favorites. Bought a new house with a new yard and am in country so no one can complain. I learned thru trial and error how to use tools. My son no longer gives me perfume. I get routers and saws. Your designs are attractive and useful. Many are slated for next spring. I can’t wait.

  4. All the plans you send to me are great and my friends love them them as well keep sending the plans thanks

  5. Put me pn your plans list please.

  6. Thanks for the bridge plan. I am building it for Living Legacy Gardens in Staples Minnesota to replace the one that is there.

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