“once sold for a dollar!”
This bridge was built in 1891 by Washington W. King and is 151 feet long. It's truss is town lattice. It is at Stone Mountain Park Lake. It has a parking area, picnic area and historic marker. It has also been known as College Avenue Covered Bridge and Effie's Bridge. Stone Mountain Bridge is in Stone Mountain, Georgia. Originally located in Clarke County spanning the Oconee River, the bridge was sold for a dollar and moved to its present site at Stone Mountain Park in 1965, and now provides access to the Indian Island picnic area.
Best kept secret in Stone Mountain Park. Beautiful in Autumn.
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Stone Mountain Covered Bridge
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