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One of the most picturesque state parks in Georgia, Watson Mill Bridge contains the longest covered bridge in the state, spanning 229 feet across the South Fork River. Built in 1885 by Washington (W.W.) King, son of freed slave and famous covered-bridge builder Horace King, the bridge is supported by a town lattice truss system held firmly together with wooden pins. At one time, Georgia had more than 200 covered bridges; today, less than 20 remain.
Posted by: TrailAPI
on December 29, 2012
Hiking - 7 miles of trails
Bicycling - 5 miles of trails, Muddy Spokes Club
Horseback Riding (trail fee, annual pass available) - 14 miles of trails, camping area, stalls, no horse rental.
NOTICE: Horse trails open at 8 a.m. A current negative coggins test for each horse must be in the rider's possession.
Fishing - catfish, bass and bream
Weddings (park approval required)
20 Tent, Trailer, RV Campsites ($25-$28)
11 Horse Campground Campsites ($25-$28)
22 Horse Stables ($11)
3 Log Cabin Bunkhouses (sleep 8, $65)
Group Shelter (seats 100, $105)
3 Picnic Shelters ($40)
3 Pioneer Campsites ($33)
Reservations (800) 864-7275
Park Office (706) 783-5349
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