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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  • Stopped here and explored the cool little covered bridge. There is a nice picnic area next to the bridge. On a warmer day, a wade or swim in the creek would be nice. Glad we stopped.  more »
  • It's a nice little park well maintained and clean. As well as seeing it the history of the bridge is cool.  more »
  • Sweet little Creek under a scenic red covered bridge (the last in SC). Not sure about the hiking but there is some nice shade over the creek and stairs leading all the way down. Another pretty corner of SC we were happy to find!
  • Very nice quite park with the last covered bridge in South Carolina. Very picturesque. Lot of benches and picnic tables. The only drawback is no rest rooms or portable toilets for visitors. There is handicap parking and the bridge is wheel chair accessible but the creek is not.

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