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Kymulga Grist Mill & Covered Bridge, Childersburg

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#59 of 92 in Sightseeing in Alabama
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  • We stopped by on our way back to Birmingham from Childersburg. Wish we hadn't. The mill has seen a better day and, if there is an effort to save/preserve it, someone needs to get busy. We paid the $3/...  more »
  • It is what it is. It's of course a gristmill and covered bridge but it's nothing to get excited about there's a gristmill that older than this one in clay county al. Yes it's part of history but they ...  more »
  • The first time we stopped here was on our way back from DeSoto Caverns. We saw the sign, and "Covered Bridge" grabbed my attention. They were closing down soon, but the gentleman was so kind and gave ...  more »
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  • Amazing find along a country backroad of Alabama. Well worth the time to stop and explore. The park ranger was very knowledgeable and shared the stories of the past as we toured through the grist mill and covered bridge. Great place for photographers, history buffs, and nature lovers.
  • a stream that you can walk in and pretty trails to walk and there is camping , and a grist mill , picnic tables,
  • This place is amazing! Family owned and operated. I visited this year on the coldest day of the year, and they came out and greeted me and welcomed me to this beautiful property. Kids should ask their teachers to take their class there.
  • It is beautiful and rustic the charm will melt your heart.
  • Actually, the site is owned and operated by the city of Childersburg. It IS a wonderful place to go though and I highly recommend it.