Nokomis Suspension Bridge
Suspension Bridge - erected by Nokomis students 1986
This bridge serves as the main entrance to Keystone’s Woodlands Campus. The concrete abutments that are found on the trails are all that remain of the first suspension bridge at Keystone College. This bridge was 300 feet long and spanned the ravine and Nokomis Creek until the 1940s. During the snowy, winter months, local residents dared to use the steeply sloping bridge as a sled run! The current bridge was constructed in 1986 by the Nokomis Project.