Dinkey Creek Bridge, CA
This bridge spans Dinkey Creek in the Sierra National Forest near Shaver Lake. The bridge was built in 1938 and is still open to foot traffic. I believe it is the oldest wooden bridge in California that is still functional. It is now only used for foot traffic between the cabin and tent campgrounds.
My family has been coming to this area and camping for over 25 years. The creek is a great place to swim, fish, and hike. There is a lot of history in the area and beauty to be seen. If you are into four wheeling, there are miles and miles of off road trails in the area. I try to spend at least a couple weeks up here every year and always find something new to visit.
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