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This is a list of Georgia covered bridges. There are 16 wooden covered bridges in the U.S. state of Georgia.

Existing covered bridges

The following is a list of the 16 extant Georgia covered bridges.

Name Image Location
Year Built Length Crosses Design Historical Notes
Auchumpkee Creek Covered Bridge Auchumpkee Creek Bridge 03.JPG Thomaston, Upson County

32°45′20″N 84°13′49″W / 32.7556°N 84.2302°W / 32.7556; -84.2302
Geographic data related to Auchumpkee Creek Covered Bridge at OpenStreetMap

1892, rebuilt 1997 96 feet (29 m) Auchumpkee Creek Town lattice Listed on the National Register of Historic Places
Big Red Oak Creek Covered Bridge Red Oak Creek Covered Bridge Woodbury, Meriwether County c. 1840s 252.5 feet (77.0 m) Red Oak Creek Town lattice Listed on the National Register of Historic Places
Callaway Gardens Covered Bridge Harris County 1870 60 feet (18 m) Town lattice
Coheelee Creek Covered Bridge COHEELEE CREEK COVERED BRIDGE.jpg Blakely, Early County
31°18′23″N 85°04′43″W / 31.30639°N 85.07861°W / 31.30639; -85.07861
1891 96 feet (29 m) Coheelee Creek Modified Queen Post Listed on the National Register of Historic Places
Concord Covered Bridge Concord Covered Bridge Smyrna, Cobb County 1872 131.7 feet (40.1 m) Nickajack Creek Queen-rod Listed on the National Register of Historic Places
Cromer's Mill Covered Bridge Cromer's Mill Covered Bridge Carnesville, Franklin County 1906 132 feet (40 m) Nails Creek Town lattice Listed on the National Register of Historic Places
Elder's Mill Covered Bridge ELDER'S MILL COVERED BRIDGE.jpg Watkinsville, Oconee County 1897 100 feet (30 m) Rose Creek Town lattice Listed on the National Register of Historic Places
Euharlee Covered Bridge Euharlee Covered Bridge Cartersville, Bartow County 1886 137.6 feet (41.9 m) Euharlee Creek Town lattice
Howard's Covered Bridge HOWARD'S COVERED BRIDGE.jpg Oglethorpe County 1905 168 feet (51 m) Big Clouds Creek Town lattice Listed on the National Register of Historic Places
Hurricane Shoals Covered Bridge Hurricane Shoals Covered Bridge.jpg Maysville, Jackson County 1884, burned in 1972, rebuilt 2002 127 feet (39 m) North Oconee River Town lattice
Lula Covered Bridge Gainesville, Hall County 1915 34 feet (10 m) Grove Creek King post Also known as Blind Susie Covered Bridge, locally.
Poole's Mill Covered Bridge Poole's Mill Covered Bridge Cumming, Forsyth County 1901 94.6 feet (28.8 m) Settendown Creek Town lattice Listed on the National Register of Historic Places
Rockdale County Covered Bridge Conyers, Rockdale County 1997 150 feet (46 m) Mill Rock Creek Decorative lattice
Stone Mountain Covered Bridge Stone Mountain Covered Bridge Stone Mountain Park, DeKalb County 1891 151 feet (46 m) Stone Mountain Park Lake Town lattice
Stovall Mill Covered Bridge Stovall Mill Covered Bridge Helen, White County 1895 36.8 feet (11.2 m) Chickamauga Creek Queen post
Watson Mill Bridge State Park Watson Mill Covered Bridge Comer, Madison County 1885 228.6 feet (69.7 m) South fork of the Broad River Town lattice Listed on the National Register of Historic Places
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