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It had been raining on a daily basis before our walk. Of course, it was much cooler under the lush green canopy than in the full sun. We had to watch our feet to keep out of water puddles along the trail. We did not...More
The trail in is short and well maintained. Easy enough that anyone in the family can do it. Lots of history surrounding the bridge so was nice to check it out. Worthing reading about and going by if you're in town.
On a road trip I traveled to Marianna to see the Bellamy Bridge. Sadly, the path was flooded and we had to leave without achieving our goal. We decided to try again and after making sure we were visiting during a drier season we were...More
It was an easy walk on a well marked trail. Using your imagination as to the folks that came before us. Before bridges, concrete and rest stops (😊) There are information boards at the beginning and at the bridge.
The Bellamy Bridge Heritage Trail gives tourists an opportunity to experience the adventures of our predecessors while receiving a guided oral tour. The tour delivers history stretching over various eras. If anything this tour can work as a good ghost tour (good for us who...More
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As long as it is not a large fancy stroller it should be fine. Depending on the time of year (rainy season), it can get a little "swampy". It is a trail through the woods, so there might be tree limbs and such that have come... More
As long as it is not a large fancy stroller it should be fine. Depending on the time of year (rainy season), it can get a little "swampy". It is a trail through the woods, so there might be tree limbs and such that have come down.