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There are 15 covered bridges below. Checkout the GA covered bridges maps. Some of these bridges are closed while some are still open to car traffic. Contact phone numbers and directions are provided. Click on bridge links below for pictures, maps and more information.
Auchumpkee Creek Covered Bridge in Thomaston, Georgia. Bridge is not open to traffic. It is 96 feet long. Also known as Zorn's Mill.
Bay's Bridge This lovely covered bridge is located inside Smithgall Woods - Dukes Creek Conservation Area in Helen Georgia.
Big Clouds Creek Covered Bridge in Lexington, Georgia. This 1905 bridge is not open to traffic. Built in 1905, and is 168 feet long. Also known as Howard Bridge.
Callaway Gardens Covered Bridge in Pine Mountain, Georgia. This 1870 Bridge is Not open to public view. The Length is unknown. It is also known as Wedadkee Creek Bridge.
Coheelee Creek Covered Bridge in Blakely, Georgia. Not open to traffic. Built in 1891. Also known as McDonald's Ford Bridge.
Concord Covered Bridge in Smyrna, Georgia. Open to traffic. Built in 1872. Also known as Nickajack Creek and Ruff's Mill.
Cromer's Mill Covered Bridge - In Carnesville, Georgia. Not open to traffic. Built in 1906 and is 132 feet long. Also known as Nails Creek Bridge.
Elder's Mill Covered Bridge in Watkinsville, Georgia. Built in 1897 and is 100 feet long.
Callaway Gardens Covered Bridge
Euharlee Creek Covered Bridge in Euharlee, Georgia. Not open to traffic to drive on, but has parking space. Built in 1886 and is 138 feet long. Also known as Lowery Bridge.
Haralson Mill Covered Bridgein Conyers, Georgia. Open to traffic. Built in 1997. 150 feet long.
Lula Covered Bridge in Gainesville, Georgia. Not open to traffic. Built in 1915 and is 34 feet long. Also known as Blind Susie and Hyder Bridge.
Poole's Mill Covered Bridge in Cumming, Georgia. Open to traffic. Built in 1906. 95 feet long. This bridge is in a super nice park that has lots of woodland areas, nature trails, terrific playground, cascading falls, creek side picnic tables with grills and so much more. Admission and parking are free! See info and a great video (featuring quad-copter scenes) of this covered bridge and scenic park here. Video included
Big Red Oak Creek Covered Bridge - in Woodbury, Georgia. Open to traffic. Built in 1840s and is 253 feet long. Also known as Imlac Bridge.
Stone Mountain Park Covered Bridge in Stone Mountain, Georgia.Open to traffic. Built in 1891 and is 151 feet long. Also known as Effie's Bridge.
Stovall Mill Covered Bridge - in Helen, Georgia. Not open to traffic. Built in 1895 and is 37 feet long. Also known as Sautee-Nacoochee, Chickamauga Bridge.
Watson Mill Covered Bridge in Comer, Georgia. Longest covered bridge in Georgia. Open to traffic. Built in 1885 and is 229 feet long. See info and a great video (featuring quad-copter scenes) of this covered bridge and scenic park here. Video included
Rockdale County Covered Bridge
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