Coldwater Covered Bridge

category : Historic Bridges
Located at Oxford Lake and Walking Trail in Calhoun County. Free admission. One of Alabama's oldest remaining covered bridges, this structure was built in 1850 by a former slave. It was later restored and moved from Coldwater Creek to its current location.

Admission: Free
Hours: Open 24 hrs.
Address: Recreation Dr.

Phone: 256-237-3536
Fax: 256-237-0126

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