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Covered Bridges

This is a guide to the historic covered bridges in the State of Georgia. The purpose is to inform, educate and entertain people on Georgia's few remaining covered bridges.

 

 Auchumpkee Creek Bridge

 

Facts

  • County: Upson
  • Other names: Hootenville Bridge
  • Length: 96 ft.
  • Width: ft.
  • Built: 1892, rebuilt 1997
  • Builder: W. Alford/Dr. J. Herring
  • Truss: Town lattice
  • Stream: Auchumpkee Creek
  • Road name: Adjacent to Allen Road
  • Traffic: No
  • WGCB Number: 10-145-02#2
  • Parking: Yes
  • Picnic area: Yes
  • Historic marker: No
  • Owner: Upson County

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 Big Red Oak Creek Bridge

 

Facts

  • County: Meriwether
  • Other names: Imlac Bridge
  • Length: 252.5 ft.
  • Width: ft.
  • Built: c. 1840's
  • Builder: Believed to be Horace King
  • Truss: Town lattice
  • Stream: Red Oak Creek
  • Road name: Huel Brown Road/Covered Bridge Road
  • Traffic: Yes
  • WGCB Number: 10-99-02
  • Parking: Side of road
  • Picnic Area: No
  • Historic marker: Yes
  • Owner: Meriwether County

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 Callaway Gardens Bridge

 

Facts

  • County: Troup, moved to Harris
  • Other names: Neeley Bridge, Harmony Road Bridge, Wehadkee Creek Bridge
  • Length: 60 ft. (originally 173 ft.)
  • Width: ft.
  • Built: 1870
  • Builder: Horace King
  • Truss: Town Lattice
  • Stream: n/a
  • Road name: n/a
  • Traffic: No
  • WGCB Number: 10-72-01
  • Parking: No
  • Picnic area: No
  • Historic marker: No
  • Owner: Callaway Gardens

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 Coheelee Creek Bridge

 

Facts

  • County: Early
  • Other names: Bridge at McDonald's Ford
  • Length: 96 ft.
  • Width: ft.
  • Built: 1891
  • Builder: J.W. Baughman
  • Truss: Modified Queen Post
  • Stream: Coheelee Creek
  • Road name: Old River Road
  • Traffic: No
  • WGCB Number: 10-49-02
  • Parking: Yes
  • Picnic area: Yes
  • Historic marker: Yes
  • Owner: Early County

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 Concord Bridge

 

Facts

  • County: Cobb
  • Other names: Nickajack Creek Covered Bridge
  • Length: 131.7 ft.
  • Width: 16 ft.
  • Built: 1872
  • Builder: Robert Daniell & Martin L. Ruff
  • Truss: Queen-rod
  • Stream: Nickajack Creek
  • Road name: Concord Road
  • Traffic: Yes
  • WGCB Number: 10-33-02
  • Parking: No
  • Picnic area: No
  • Historic Marker: Yes
  • Owner: Cobb County

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 Cromer's Mill Bridge

 

Facts

  • County: Franklin
  • Other names: Nails Creek Covered Bridge
  • Length: 132 ft.
  • Width: ft.
  • Built: 1906
  • Builder: J.M. 'Pink' Hunt
  • Truss: Town lattice
  • Stream: Nails Creek
  • Road name: Adjacent to State Route 106
  • Traffic: No
  • WGCB Number: 10-59-01
  • Parking: Yes
  • Historic marker: Yes
  • Picnic Area: Not maintained/overgrown
  • Owner: Franklin County

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 Elder's Mill Bridge

 

Facts

  • County: Oconee
  • Other names: Rose Creek Bridge
  • Length: 100 ft.
  • Width: ft.
  • Built: 1897
  • Builder: Nathaniel Richardson
  • Truss: Town lattice
  • Stream: Rose Creek
  • Road name: Elder's Mill Road
  • Traffic: Yes
  • WGCB Number: 10-108-01
  • Parking: No
  • Picnic Area: No
  • Historic marker: Yes
  • Owner: Oconee County

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 Euharlee Creek Bridge

 

Facts

  • County: Bartow
  • Other names: Lowry Bridge
  • Length: 137.6 ft.
  • Width: 16.35 ft.
  • Built: 1886
  • Builder: Washington W. King
  • Truss: Town lattice
  • Stream: Euharlee Creek
  • Road name: Adjacent to County Road 30
  • Traffic: No
  • WGCB Number: 10-08-01
  • Parking: Yes
  • Picnic Area: Lots of grass, no tables
  • Historic marker: Yes
  • Owner: Bartow County

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 George L. Smith State Park

 

Facts

  • County: Emanuel
  • Other names: Parrish Mill
  • Built: 1880
  • Stream: Fifteen Mile Creek
  • Traffic: No
  • WGCB Number: 10-53-M1
  • Parking: Yes
  • Picnic area: Yes
  • Historic marker: No
  • Owner: Georgia Department of Natural Resources

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 Howard's Bridge

 

Facts

  • County: Oglethorpe
  • Other names: Howard Bridge, Big Clouds Creek Bridge
  • Length: 168 ft.
  • Width: ft.
  • Built: 1905
  • Builder: Mr. Hunt?
  • Truss: Town lattice
  • Stream: Big Clouds Creek
  • Road name: Abandoned roadway near S2164
  • Traffic: No
  • WGCB Number: 10-109-01
  • Parking: Along dirt road
  • Picnic Area: No
  • Historic Marker: Yes
  • Owner: Oglethorpe County

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 Lula Bridge

 

Facts

  • County: Banks
  • Other names: Blind Susie Bridge, Hyder Bridge
  • Length: 34 ft.
  • Width: ft.
  • Built: 1915
  • Builder: W. M. Thomas
  • Truss: Kingpost (King-rod)
  • Stream: Grove Creek
  • Road name: None
  • Traffic: No
  • WGCB Number: 10-06-06#2
  • Parking: No
  • Picnic area: No
  • Historic marker: No
  • Owner:

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 Poole's Mill Bridge

 

Facts

  • County: Forsyth
  • Other names: Poole's Mill
  • Length: 94.6 ft.
  • Width: 14.5 ft.
  • Built: 1901
  • Builder: Bud Gentry
  • Truss: Town lattice
  • Stream: Settendown Creek
  • Road name: Adjacent to Poole's Mill Road
  • Traffic: No
  • WGCB Number: 10-58-01
  • Parking: Yes
  • Picnic area: Yes
  • Historic marker: Yes
  • Owner: Forsyth County

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 Rockdale County Bridge

 

Facts

  • County: Rockdale
  • Other names: Haralson Mill Covered Wooden Bridge
  • Length: 150 ft.
  • Width: 36 ft.
  • Built: 1997
  • Builder: APAC
  • Truss: decorative lattice
  • Stream: Mill Rock Creek
  • Road name: Haralson Mill Road
  • Traffic: Yes
  • WGCB Number:
  • Parking: Yes
  • Picnic area: No
  • Historic marker: No
  • Owner: Rockdale County

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 Stone Mountain Bridge

 

Facts

  • County: DeKalb
  • Other names: College Avenue Covered Bridge, Effie's Bridge
  • Length: 151 ft.
  • Width: ft.
  • Built: 1891
  • Builder: Washington W. King
  • Truss: Town lattice
  • Stream: Stone Mountain Park Lake
  • Road name: Stone Mountain Park
  • Traffic: Yes
  • WGCB Number: 10-44-01
  • Parking: Yes
  • Picnic area: Yes
  • Historic marker: Yes
  • Owner: Stone Mountain Park

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 Stovall Mill Bridge

 

Facts

  • ​County: White
  • Other names: Helen Bridge, Sautee Bridge, Nacoochee Bridge, Chickamauga Bridge.
  • Length: 36.8 ft.
  • Width: 11' 10"
  • Built: 1895
  • Builder: Will Pardue
  • Truss: Queen-post
  • Stream: Chickamauga Creek
  • Road name: Adjacent to State Route 255
  • Traffic: No
  • WGCB Number: 10-154-03
  • Parking: Yes
  • Picnic Area: Yes
  • Historic marker: Yes
  • Owner: White County Historical Society 

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 Watson Mill Bridge

 

Facts

  • County: Oglethorpe & Madison Border
  • Other names: Carlton Bridge
  • Spans/Total Length: 3/228.6 ft.
  • Width: ft.
  • Built: 1885
  • Builder: Washington W. King
  • Truss: Town lattice
  • Stream: South fork of the Broad River
  • Road name: Covered Bridge Road
  • Traffic: Yes
  • WGCB Number: 10-97-01/10-109-02
  • Parking: Yes
  • Picnic Area: Yes
  • Historic marker: Yes
  • Owner: Watson Mill State Park

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