BH Photo #104345
I remember with fondness the many summers spent at Camp Pin Oak as a Girl Scout. In the summer of 1965 our senior scout Unit 5 took a 60 mile canoe trip. The highlight of our trip was all 18 of us beaching our canoes and walking across the bridge via the catwalk which was suspended from beneath the bridge. Not sure this was allowed, but oh what fun that special summer!
This was a very famous bridge and can be seen in hundreds of post cards from the lake region. People use to call it the Upside Down Bridge because of its unusual design. The bridge was built this way so motorist could have a great view of the lake. Sadly the ugly concrete eye sore that replaced it is very hard to see over the sides from a car. Before the bridge was torn down in 1995 and after it was closed in the 1980's people use to put Christmas decorations out on the bridge.