If you are visiting South Carolina or live within the area make sure to visit the Poinsett Bridge. This is an amazing historical site that dates back to 1820 and is the oldest surviving bridge in the state.
Here are 3 reasons to visit the Poinsett Bridge.
Hiking The Bridge is the centerpiece of 120-acre Poinsett Bridge Heritage Preserve. You can walk under the majestic 14-foot Gothic arch stone structure. Be sure to wear sturdy boots because there is a set of stone stairs with a partial railing as you walk down toward the bridge. The bridge was part of the State road that connected Charleston and Columbia with the North Carolina mountain communities. There is a beautiful stream of water, Little Gap Creek, with large rocks where you can stand and enjoy the architecture of the bridge and nature around you.
History of Poinsett Bridge Traffic by Mann Batson
Perfect for Photos I have seen many people have photo shoots by the bridge. The rustic stone structure makes a lovely background for wedding pictures or any friends and family get-togethers. Also, it’s a popular destination for locals and visitors from out of town.
Ghost Stories For the paranormal fans like myself, many stories of ghosts and paranormal activity have been reported in the area. Late at night, many have said that they see red, white, or green orbs floating around the area and some have heard voices from the bridge. Professional ghost hunters have reported EMF activity within the area.
Overall, A fun place to visit during the day and for the brave-hearted at night.
Hello! Here are a few videos from the trail camera. The deer are adorable here in South Carolina. The Southern Appalachian deer have a very distinct look to them…love their cute eyes. Enjoy! Lots of Love, Debra Roinestad
The raccoons are back in town. Kurt and I set the trail cameras further in the back of our cabin. See the previous post. The trail for the raccoons is very narrow and we had to crawl under a large fallen tree. Glad we did that! The raccoons here are very shy and difficult to capture on video. Also, see the previous post from February of raccoon on the trail camera here. Enjoy!
Hello Friends! Here are new videos from the trail cameras that we set up about a month ago. To read more about this adventure click here. We live near Raven Cliff Falls Trail …so we get many ravens stopping by. If you are ever interested in visiting the area, here is a link to Raven Cliff Falls. To read more about ravens click on this link. Enjoy! ❤️ 🌿 Warm Regards, Debra Roinestad