Still used by traffic, the bridge dates to 1887 and was later moved to the present site on Savis Fork near the community of Sandyville. The bridge was preserved in 2000.
One of 17 covered bridges remaining in West Virginia, it was originally built in 1887 across the Tug Fork of Mill Creek in the community of Staats Mill. It was preserved and relocated at Cedar Lakes when the Mill Creek Watershed flood control dams were built.
Located off the Kenna Exit of I-77, the lake covers 240 acres; boat launch; average depth of 25 feet; stocked with largemouth and smallmouth bass; 16 miles of shoreline. The Wildlife Management Area is on the Middle Fork of Pocatalico River in southern Jackson County.