Paul was half right, this is a suspension bridge however, it's for cars and not people.
When I first heard about this bridge I thought the same thing about it being a walk bridge but when we finally found it it turned out to be a bridge for vehicles. The sign says nothing over 5 tons but when you drive over this bridge the first thing that comes to mind is, "what the hell was I thinking!" there's no way this bridge holds 5 tons.
The bridge is made in sections and each section moves as you drive over it. The bridge creaks and pops, swings and bounces and in general, makes you extremely nervous. The steel cables suspending the bridge are starting to unravel and several have some broken strands in them. And there is a large hole in the bridge that was patched instead of repaired. Of course you don't see that until you are in the middle of the bridge at the point of no return. It appears this bridge has long been forgotten by the county and it's maintenance personnel.
Once I was on the bridge, with no way to turn back, I started thinking about how I was going to get my wife and myself out of the car when the bridge collapsed and we were in the river below. Thankfully that didn't happen but it was a strong thought in my head the whole time we were on the bridge.
The really bad part about driving to the other side is that the road doesn't really take you any where. You have to go back the way you came which meant we had to drive over the bridge a second time. Needless to say my wife was not to happy about that and I can't really blame her.
Apparently people drive back and forth over this bridge on a daily basis getting to the lake and state park on the other side but I can't say that I am in any big hurry to drive over the bridge again. Walk maybe, but I don't think my SUV will be crossing the bridge again any time soon.