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Landrum, South Carolina: Last Covered Bridge in South Carolina

Built in 1909, Campbell's Covered Bridge is now a made-to-order photo-op.

171 Campbell Covered Bridge Rd, Landrum, SC
From Landrum drive south on Hwy 14 for seven miles. Turn right onto Hwy 414. Drive one miles. Turn left onto Pleasant Hill Rd. Drive a quarter-mile, then turn right into the parking lot for the bridge.
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Able to walk onto the bridge as of right now. GPS May take you the back way. Go to the sign to turn in much better views and picnic tables.

[Sherry & Mike M From Ft Worth TX, 01/28/2023]
Last Covered Bridge in South Carolina

Looks like there is some restoration happening on the bridge. In the meantime, you can still sit down, view it from afar, and check out the short loop hike.

[Adventures Of Cluckleberry Hen, 09/05/2022]

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Last Covered Bridge in South Carolina

A quick stop with friends to show them Campbell's Covered Bridge. I'd been there a few years ago. Easy to find and still in a broken down state, sadly.

[Rose Howe, 10/29/2020]

Covered bridge.

Last Covered Bridge in South Carolina

So glad we stopped, as I love old bridges and covered ones are great. The wood is seriously rotting and not sure how long she'll be standing. Lots of people walking around.

[Rose, 07/05/2016]

Last Covered Bridge.

Last Covered Bridge in South Carolina

Campbell's Covered Bridge is the last covered bridge in South Carolina, and is now owned and operated by Greenville County. It has recently been restored and turned into a park with picnic tables and a fantastic view of the creek. It's a great place to visit.

[Kris B, 06/05/2015]

The 35-foot-long bridge was closed to traffic in the early 1980s, but visitors can still walk across it.

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