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Even the kids will enjoy a quick stop at this Covered Bridge. Whether they can comprehend the notion of a “Grist Mill” or why anyone would care about a covered bridge, they will at least enjoy wading in cold mountain water under the bridge or...More
Campbell's Covered Bridge is off the beaten path but it really is a thing of beauty and engineering history. The span is wider than I thought looking at pictures and the workmanship is truly extraordinary. The gentle flowing Creek is nice with rocks you can...More
If you enjoy walking back in time, this is a wonderful place to visit. The bridge harkens back to a simpler time. Walking in the water underneath the bridge is a nice way to cool off and appreciate the architecture of the stone base &...More
This county park has the only covered bridge remaining in South Carolina. This bridge was built in 1909. You can also see the foundations of a grist mill and the miller's house. There are picnic tables and a half mile hiking trail. You can walk...More
If your looking for a quiet, historic homestead rewind, this is worth while. Covered bridges are far and few between. The spring brook that runs under over flat rocks make it a great place to cool your feet on a summer day. A short drive...More
from the RED Horse Inn it was a short drive to this covered bridge which has adequate parking and a short walk to the covered bridge and also to an area with shade and a running stream that runs under the bridge with very interesting...More