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This covered bridge, also known as Zorn's Mill and Hootenville Bridge.
Auchumpkee Creek Bridge - Phone: 800-821-4228 or 706-646-2437 - In Thomaston Georgia
Bridge Description: Not open to traffic. It is 96 feet long with a town lattice truss. There is a parking and picnic area at the bridge. It was built in 1892 and rebuilt in 1997. The builder was W. Alford/Dr. J. Herring. It is over the Auchumpkee Creek in Upson County. Auchumpkee Creek Bridge also known as Zorn's Mill and Hootenville Bridge. This covered bridge was built in 1892 by W. Alford and Dr. J. Herring over the Auchumpkee Creek in Upson County. Picnic area and parking are available.

Directions: From 1-75 south in Atlanta, take exit 77 to Hwy. 19/41 to Griffin, Zebulon and Thomaston. Go 12 miles south of Historic Square on Hwy. 19 to Allen Road. It is adjacent to Allen Road. At Sprewell Bluff State Park in the Presidential Pathways Travel Region.
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