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Poinsett Bridge

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Anthony P wrote a review Nov 2020
Charleston, South Carolina2,131 contributions468 helpful votes
Beautiful bridge steeped in history, in a stunning setting - you really can’t go wrong here. Plenty of parking across the street - beautiful stream flowing under the bridge - just gorgeous!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Cherie R wrote a review Nov 2020
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina53 contributions34 helpful votes
We enjoyed finding out the history of this bridge. You can go down a path under the bridge and there are several paths you can take for hiking.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Serviceprof wrote a review Oct 2020
Lexington, South Carolina1,289 contributions591 helpful votes
This is 200 year old structure that was initially part of roadway from Columbia to Saluda Area mountains. There is some info that supposes that the designer was Robert Mills who was architect for the Washington Monument. Although no longer in use this structure provides you with some important history of the area.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Polly313 wrote a review Sep 2020
Amelia Island, Florida170 contributions85 helpful votes
Loved our drive out to Poinsett Bridge... outstanding old Gothic Style Bridge. Great history - built in 1820, and thought to be the oldest remaining bridge in South Carolina. Kids were having a great time sliding down the waterfalls above and below the bridge...! Glad we visited...!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Gunnar H wrote a review Jan 2020
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Cool Heritage Spot = Literally! Beautiful Shady spot in the foothill near the Saluda Reservoir just off Route 11. I will be going back to hike up the trails nearby. Don't drive too fast on these winding roads, you'll miss the bridge, and the small pull out for parking. Nice old bridge that you can photo from many angles built in the early 1800's. I kind of wish they would restore the road bed on top of & preserve the bridge. [Hurry to go see this heritage before young Heathen Vandals destroy it and deface it! (true)]. Hopefully, the location has been corrected to N of the Travelers Rest Area (20 mi from Greenville).
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Date of experience: November 2019
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