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Campbell's Covered Bridge, Landrum

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Campbell's Covered Bridge is a wooden covered bridge in northeastern Greenville County, South Carolina, near the small town of Gowensville, and crosses Beaverdam Creek off Pleasant Hill Road.
Campbell's Covered Bridge is the last remaining covered bridge in South Carolina.

It is owned by Greenville County, which closed it to motorized traffic in the early 1980s. The bridge was added to the National Register of Historic Places on July 1, 2009.
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  • The whole area is beautiful with lots of trails around the bridge. We noticed several people playing in the creek! I love imagining all the history of this bridge! 
    The whole area is beautiful with lots of trails around the bridge. We noticed several people playing in the creek! I love imagining all the history of this bridge!  more »
  • Did the bike ride through Landrum and checked out some local sights while in the area. Who doesn't love a covered bridge? 
    Did the bike ride through Landrum and checked out some local sights while in the area. Who doesn't love a covered bridge?  more »
  • This is the only covered bridge in the state of SC. It is a part of my family history, My great great grandfather was responsible for getting the bridge built. My grandmother used to tell us of all....  more
    This is the only covered bridge in the state of SC. It is a part of my family history, My great great grandfather was responsible for getting the bridge built. My grandmother used to tell us of all....  more »
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  • Quaint piece of Americana can be felt at Campbells Covered Bridge. It's painted school yard candy red which makes it stand out in the landscape. The parking is plenty and there are picnic areas around to enjoy the stream flowing under the bridge. It's very nostalgic and impressive to see a 100+ year old structure still intact.
  • What a great little picnic spot! Shallow stream rinsing under a well-preserved covered bridge. Original stonework visible. Nice hiking trails and not over-crowded.
  • We came upon this gem as we were driving the Cherokee Foothills Scenic Drive. This is one of the stopping points on the drive and did not disappoint. It is a beautiful little spot, very shaded. Would be a perfect spot for a wedding. As were we there, there were some people doing a photo shoot. Very peaceful and relaxing and plenty of room to have a picnic.
  • An interesting piece of South Carolina's history. Beautiful and serene. We had the whole place to ourselves to explore and take pictures.
  • What a nice place. The bridge is a short, short walk from parking. The stream running underneath is cold and pretty clear. The sound of the water flowing downstream and over the rocks is very relaxing. This is a great stop and destination to take the family and the dog. We really enjoyed this place and definitely return.

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