Help Save Swinging Bridges

The famous Brumley Swinging Bridge was closed down early in the year after an engineer deemed it unsafe. Although eligible for a historic landmark, the cost for repairs is higher than the county is willing to pay. Locals in the area have banned together to fundraise to help save the historic landmark and fix the bridge to once again allow traffic across. Read on to learn more about the bridge and how to get involved. 





The Grand Auglaize Bridge was built in 1922, is 500 feet long, and it has a span of 414 feet. It is located over Grand Auglaize Creek on Swinging Bridges Road (Lake Road 42-18) southwest of Brumley.

Closed to Traffic and Pedestrians in January 

Engineer Bob Lynch says county officials contacted MoDOT on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021 with a concern. He explained: “Basically, these cables go into a concrete block that’s buried in the ground, and when Miller County was cleaning up the vegetation around that area, that’s when they discovered some issues with that concrete anchoring system.”



Attend a Fundraiser THIS WEEKEND! 

Save the Historical Brumbly Swinging Bridge Benefit 

September 25th, 2021 

11:00 am - 3:00 pm 

The Magic of Midnight Wedding Event Venue 

124 Swinging Bridge Road 
Brumley, MO 65107 

Locals in the area are hosting a benefit dinner to help raise funds to save the bridge. Dinner is just $10 and there will be a silent auction as well. We encourage all folks to head out and support this cause! 



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We encourage you to attend the dinner and see how you can get involved with saving the bridge! We want locals and visitors at the Lake of the Ozarks to be able to continue to enjoy this historic landmark. Enjoying nature is good for just about anyone, and a trip to Swinging Bridges is a great way to be in tune with nature and the history of the area. 





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