A beautiful stretch of the river surrounded by shaded cottonwood trees. Many locals will access the river under the bridge then wade upstream to the old bridge footing for some deep swimming holes.
This access point does not involve trespassing. Landowners have built styles into fencing to allow the public to pass.
Park on the north end of Bradley Road on the eastern end of the Bradley bridge. There is a trash can and clear trail along the right side of the bridge as you face west. Pass through an opening built into a fence and under the pylons of the bridge.