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2 Bridges to Explore in Bartow County

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Bartow County

Bartow County, Georgia, is located in the northwest section of the state. It is part of the greater Atlanta metropolitan area and its population as of 2019 was estimated to be around 101,000 people. Named for Colonel Francis S. Bartow, a Confederate officer killed at the Battle of Manassas during the Civil War, it has a rich history that dates back centuries. The area is predominantly rural farmland with several small cities such as Adairsville and Cartersville included. In addition to having so

Bridges to Explore in Bartow County

Bethany Bridge

Bethany Bridge is a beloved landmark. Situated among pastoral hills and lush woods, the truss endpost bridge was built in 1881 by a blacksmith named Alexander Coggins - crafted entirely by hand. The intriguingly designed bridge has stood the test of time, standing majestically across Lake Allatoona. With its single spans and lattice railing, Bethany Bridge continues to attract tourists and locals alike, who are captivated by its rustic beauty with an aura of nostalgia.

Euharlee Creek Covered Bridge

The Euharlee Creek Covered Bridge is a registered historic site that has been standing since the late 19th century. It is the longest covered bridge in Georgia and has been standing since 1886 - making it one of the oldest covered bridges in the region. Today, visitors can explore its original construction, which includes wood plank and wrought iron trusses as well as clapboard siding. While it has been restored and repaired over time, its original charm remains intact.

Map of Bridges to explore in Bartow County