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Certainly a worthwhile side trip if you are going down GA 15 between Watkinsville and Greensboro. Beautifully built and maintained this covered bridge is located in a quiet/serine creek setting. The bridge, built in 1897, is an all wooden bridge except for the roof which...More
Thank Simon R
VisitOconeeGa, Tourism Director at Elder Mill Covered Bridge, responded to this reviewResponded August 13, 2018
Simon, thank you for writing a review. The bridge is definitely worth a trip too see when in the area. Glad you enjoyed it as much as we do.
I think we all saw the movie The Bridges of Madison County. Well, you don't have to go all the way to Iowa to see a covered bridge...no, it's right here in Georgia. And one that belongs to the finest in the land: no steel...More
This is a historical site in my home town. It use to be a peaceful place to visit and sit by the creek or even under the bridge. I have been here many times growing up. It's all marked now with signs and all limiting...More
Well worth the effort to explore....easy to locate and great photo opportunity
Location is filled with local history... great effort by local community to preserve a
Treasure .... decorated with lights for Christmas
We visited just to see the bridge with the idea of bringing others out for a picnic in the future. The bridge is covered as advertised. The surrounding area is private property. Offroad parking is limited, and there are signs posted to keep people from...More
We drove thru this bridge twice today 9/15/2017 and let me tell you...after see g these types of bridges/architecture in the movies only it was amazing to finally get to see it in person and drive on it. Great American history and my kids liked...More