The Oldest Covered Bridge In South Carolina, Campbells Covered Bridge Has Been Around Since 1909

Places with historical significance abound in South Carolina, but there’s one subject matter where history has slipped through Mother Nature’s fingertips throughout the years: covered bridges. While the Palmetto State has a number of modern covered bridges (you can find a list of many of them here), there is only one remaining original covered bridge and it’s a must-see.

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Have you visited the oldest (and only original) remaining covered bridge in South Carolina yet? Maybe it’s time to plan an adventure!

And for another very old bridge to visit that’s nearby to this one, check out the Poinsett Bridge!

Address: 171 Campbell Covered Bridge Rd, Landrum, SC 29356, USA