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The RV campsites are well/kept. Very quite. Lots of paces to walk your pet. Bath house was clean and had a washer and dryer. Level campsites, many are pull-through. Pump out station conveniently located.
This was really worth the drive. Although my Navi went berserk, we managed to find the location. I got out of my car in the pouring rain and was able to shoot some great pictures. The wooden construction is well kept and the information given...More
We camped at this GA Staye Park for one night. It was easily accessible and thankfully we were made aware we could not get there by going through the covered bridge with e camper. It was well laid out camping area with nice shady sites...More
We stopped by before heading home on a weekend trip with two boys ages 3 & 7. It was so much fun just walking the trails and playing in the water. Best part of our trip and will be back soon to camp. Everything was...More
We used the park as a starting point for a bike ride. The bridge is quite rustic, yet beautiful with the cascading waterfall. Be careful if you ride your bike across the wooden planks, as it is not suited for thin bicycle tires. The park...More
Only had a short time to visit, but didn't want to miss seeing this piece of history. The park would be a great place to spend an afternoon with friends and/or family. Bridge itself is well maintained, and drivers politely take turns driving through from...More
This is a great place to spend an afternoon with the fam, with your sweetheart or with your four-legged friend! Watson Mill has so much to offer! Not only is the natural beauty of the water and rocks breathtaking, but they also offer a lot...More
Watson Mill has always been one of my favorite state parks growing up. It is neat to see the wooden covered bridge. It is a lot of fun to climb and slide on the rocks of the river and to stand below the water falls...More
This park covers over 1,000 acres and has a restored 229 foot long 1885 covered bridge in front of the visitor center. The park is located on the South Fork River. There is a dam adjacent to the covered bridge providing a place to use...More
Yes, it's safe to drive thru. Put your windows down as the smell is unique to an old wooden bridge. Then park your car and walk thru, stopping to enjoy the view of the river from the window at mid-bridge.