Covered Bridges in Georgia

On our drive back to NC, we decided to take a 20 minute or so detour to explore one of the many covered bridges still standing in Georgia. To see a full map of these covered bridges, check out this blog by James Walsh 

Elder’s Mill Bridge on Rose Creek

This one is located about 15 minutes outside the town of Watkinsville and we were easily able to find it using google maps.


Side View of Elder’s Mill Bridge

A brief description of what makes this covered bridge unique is that this 1897 bridge is also known as Rose Creek Bridge was originally spanning Calls Creek. In 1924, the bridge was moved by wagon to its present location over Rose Creek. It is the one of a few bridges in Georgia that still carries traffic without the assistance of any underlying steel beams.  To find out more about this bridge click here

Below is a list of the remaining covered bridges to explore on your next visit through the Peach State.

Bridges Are: Auchumpkee Creek Bridge in ThomastonBullet Big Cloud Creek Bridge in Lexington
BulletCallaway Gardens Bridge in Pine Mountain BulletCoheelee Creek Bridge in BlakelyBulletConcord Bridge in Smyrna BulletCromer’s Mill Bridge in Carnesville BulletElder’s Mill Bridge in Watkinsville
BulletEuharlee Bridge in CartersvilleBulletHaralson Mill Bridge in ConyersBulletLula Bridge in GainesvilleBulletPoole’s Mill Bridge in CummingBulletBig Red Oak Creek Bridge in Woodbury
BulletStone Mountain Park Bridge in Stone MountainBulletStovall Mill Bridge in Helen
BulletWatson Mill Bridge in Comer

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