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The Kymulga Park is a historic location in Childersburg, Alabama. It contains two widely known landmarks in the area by the Talladega Creek.

The Kymulga Park contains the 1864 Kymulga Mill, which was originally owned by the Confederate Captain William H. Forney. Due to its historic significance, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places. It also has the Kymulga Covered Bridge on the site, offering the 1861 covered span, which is quite a rare item, being one of the only two of its kind that is still of existence today in its original location.

The Kymulga Park was established in the late 1980s by the Childersburg Heritage Committee, Alabama Historical Commission, and the Talladega County Commission. They charge an entrance fee to the park, which is used for the upkeep of the site.
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