Named for a pioneer family, Fowlersville is one of the county's smaller bridges. The forty-foot-long queen-post truss bridge originally spanned the west branch of Briar Creek. It was moved to the park in 1986 and has been maintained in excellent condition.
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Fowlersville Covered Bridge
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