Coheelee Creek Covered Bridge, Hilton, GA
Constructed in 1891 by the Early County Commissioners, this relic of by-gone days is the southernmost covered bridge in the United States. The bridge consists of two spans, measuring 96 feet in length. Of the queen-post truss modified design, it stretches across Coheelee Creek with its picturesque waterfalls. The Fannie Askew Williams Park, a county maintained picnic area, is adjacent to the bridge.
Tragically, poor supervision of the site has resulted in prolific graffiti on the entire structure.