Bull Slough Bridge lies across the beautiful Sepulga River in the southeast corner of Conecuh County. This bridge, built in 1924, is 252-feet long and has a pony truss design. It is a part of the Sepulga River Canoe Trail. At one end of the bridge is a sign that contains a detailed map of the canoe trail. Located at this end of the bridge is a concrete canoe put-in ramp. The Bull Slough Bridge is also a put-in for a featured Piney Woods birding site on the Alabama Birding Trails.
Bull Slough Bridge is located NE of the community of Brooklyn, AL on Bull Slough Road approximately 1.4 miles east of the intersection of Bull Slough Road and CR-43 (Bull Slough Bridge – Google Maps).
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