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Ole covered bridge.

This bridge is over 170 years old but has been repaired several time. It was built and designed by... read more

Reviewed July 22, 2018
Manchester, Georgia
History & Beautiful!

Lovely wooden covered bridge ( look at the details in the workmanship)...locals use it to cross... read more

Reviewed August 20, 2017
Grayson, Georgia
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Reviewed July 22, 2018

This bridge is over 170 years old but has been repaired several time. It was built and designed by a black slave at the time. Horace King went on to build and design more covered bridges and later with his sons started the Horace King...More

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Reviewed August 20, 2017

Lovely wooden covered bridge ( look at the details in the workmanship)...locals use it to cross - worth a visit !. If going across with a car it is rickety and paved on one side only.

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Reviewed May 17, 2017 via mobile

This was my second time visiting this bridge. The craftsmanship is amazing. I believe it was built in 1840. Such a lovely piece of history.

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Reviewed September 3, 2016 via mobile

This bridge is so amazing! Standing inside and looking at the pegs and the great workmanship, I could just imagine what it might have been like so many years ago. This is a must visit for those people who enjoy Georgia history!

Thank LarrJann
Reviewed December 19, 2015 via mobile

....especially during the morning. There's great history behind this bridge and most definitely a place to be seen. Be sure to grab your camera and take plenty of photos!!

Thank Skylar W
Reviewed November 17, 2015

I did t know we had these in Georgia. This was a cool find. I love covered bridges. It's got some great history behind it.

Thank Caleb J
Reviewed September 15, 2015

This covered bridge has stood the test of time, it's the oldest and longest covered bridge in Georgia. Built in the 1840's by a freed slave, you can still drive over it. For movie buffs, it was used in the final shoot out scene in...More

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Reviewed August 20, 2015

Big Red Oak Creek Covered Bridge is south of Gay, north of Woodbury, and usually listed as being in the community of Imlac. It was built in the 1840s by Horace King, a former slave, and one of the most famous regional bridge builders of...More

Thank Steve W
Reviewed March 18, 2015 via mobile

We were pleasantly surprised to find a covered bridge in this area. We are doing a tour of covered bridges in Georgia and this is on our stop! They even have a marker to show how high the bridge was submerged in the flood of...More

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