Washington W. King (1843 - 1910) was a Georgia bridge builder who, among many accomplishments, built the Covered Bridge that is now locted at Stone Mountain.
Washington W. King was the son of master bridge builder Horace King. Horace was a prominent figure among bridge builders in Georgia and neighboring states. All of his four sons became bridge builders as well.
Washington W. King also built the Grand Bridge at Watson Mill State Park and the Euharlee Creek Bridge near Cartersville.