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All reviews picnic tables great place for pictures water wheel photo opportunities relaxing visit good old days nice place to enjoy take photos old mill beautiful area this past weekend grist mill beautiful scenery picnic lunch wedding pictures few hours creek
It’s historical, I get it... beautiful even. But nothing much to see. We drove 30 mins from the place we’re staying at, got there, gave it a quick look, got a little disappointed then drove away back to the hotel in less than two minutes...More
We discovered this Covered Bridge quite by accident by turning the wrong direction upon exiting the Interstate, and I am SO glad we did. The bridge has been restored and is a beautiful example of a time gone by. We walked the length of the...More
This was a really cool bridge to tour ,walk across, & take pictures.However, even though the park is beautiful with creeks, an old mill & mill house,and an old cabin, it is not very well kept.It was a great place to take pictures,but it needs...More
We like old covered bridges and find there are fewer in the South than the North. This week the family and I needed a few hours for quite time but needed a place the small one could run, play, splash...etc.
While in Cullman, AL, we...More
I'm not sure but this may be the only covered bridge left in Cullman County. Our family used to go there for a picnic or family reunion. Great for walking although there is some steep terrain in some places. Fall is a great time to...More
I drove here from Knoxville TN because I love covered bridges and travel to new towns every weekend exploring. When I got here yesterday, the gates at both ends were locked with "No Trespassing" signs up. Unsure why it was closed but very disappointing. I...More
Response from Michael C | Reviewed this property |
It seems there were some signs after you get off I-65 at Exit 308, but I don't recall seeing any signs from I-65. A travel website provided the following directions: From Cullman, take I-65 exit 308. Drive west on US Hwy 278... More
It seems there were some signs after you get off I-65 at Exit 308, but I don't recall seeing any signs from I-65. A travel website provided the following directions: From Cullman, take I-65 exit 308. Drive west on US Hwy 278 for seven miles. (I think there was a sign at this point.) Turn right onto CR 1117. Drive a half-mile. (I think there was another sign here.) Turn left onto CR 1043. Drive a half-mile. The parking area for the bridge will be on the right.
Also, the Cullman County Parks and Recreation website lists the address for the bridge as 1240 County Road 1043, Cullman, AL. This should help if you are using GPS.
Hope this helps.