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    by grandmaR Updated Aug 24, 2006

    We set out about 10:50 for the Kymulga Grist Mill park, which had a covered bridge. After we went through Childersberg, we got to the covered bridge in about 10 minutes. The place appeared deserted, and there was a yellow pipe gate closed and locked across the entrance. I could go through the people gate, but I wasn't really interested in the long walk to the Gift Shop beside the mill especially if it was closed. There was a flag there, but no cars. According to the Alabama Bureau of Tourisn, the operation schedule is: Open Apr.–Oct.: W–Sat. 9–5, Sun. 1–5

    So I walked around outside the fence (if it was closed I didn't want to trespass, and if it was open, I didn't have any money with me to pay (admission is charged) because Bob carried the money and he stayed in the car) and took pictures of the bridge for about 10 minutes. Then we headed back towards Childersburg (south).

    Visitor's Center, Mill and shop Sign Covered Bridge Grist mill stone Picnic tables and covered bridge
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    • Historical Travel
    • Architecture
    • Road Trip

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