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Sits on the confluence of Roaring River and Crabtree Creek (this is one of the few places where a river runs into a creek). From Richardson Gap Road head east on Larwood Drive about four miles. Bring a picnic lunch and your swimming suit there is an park with an old fashioned swimming hole at the foot of this bridges
The covered span is located three miles north of Lacomb, next to Larwood Wayside Park. Roaring River, which empties into Crabtree Creek near the bridge, is the only river to flow into a creek, an oddity in U. S. geography that was featured in Ripley’s Believe It or Not.
From I-5 at Albany take Highway 226 (US Route 20) (exit 233) east to Crabtree. From Crabtree travel east on Highway 226 approximately 1 mile to Fish Hatchery Drive. Travel east on Fish Hatchery Road for approximately 6 mile