Green's Mill Historical Bridge

Located on State Rd J., Camden Co., Missouri

Connecting Past Preserved with Future Deserved

Green's Mill Bridge is the fourth self-anchored suspension bridge built in America and is an engineering treasure. It's eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places. Camden County Missouri and the Missouri State Highway Dept. Consulted with John. A. Roebling's Son's Company in Trenton, New Jersey about using pre-stressed cables to hold the bridge. Our sole purpose is to save, preserve and rehabilitate the Green's Mill Bridge. We will make the bridge and Ozark history accessible to all visitors. We will support bridge engineering history and education for all about the surrounding area and provide a public handicap accessible walk way  so all visitors will be comfortable when they come to view where the past meets the future.  

Our Mission

To provide the preservation and the beautification of the Green’s Mill Historical Bridge and its environment so that the public may enjoy the benefits of an historic pedestrian bridge for education, recreation, exercise, access to river views, community and cultural for future generations.