This was a very cool bridge that reminded me a lot of the second bridge on this trip, Stayton-Jordan Bridge, but this one was still in use and in much better shape.
Just walking across the bridge with the open sides made for some really nice views of the creek and is a good possible candidate to go back and visit again for fall colors.
This was one of the first bridges that actually had potential for nice photos from each side without much to really distract from the views... other than the street signs that were at every bridge on the trip of course.
There was access to the creek below, but not really good enough to get some great photos. You could also see that it was a place kids had come to with paint cans in hand as there was a bit of graffiti under the bridge which made any photos from down there pretty much a waste of time.
These last two shots might be my favorites from this stop.
From Interstate 5, exit 238 and travel east to Jefferson. Turn right on South Main Street and continue until the street becomes Jefferson-Scio Drive. Continue east into Scio and turn left onto Highway 226. Follow Highway 226 approximately six miles west to Camp Morrison Drive and turn right (south).