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. At one end of the bridge is a sign that contains a detailed map of the Sepulga River Canoe Trail. Also located at this end of the bridge is a concrete canoe launch ramp. The Sepulga River Canoe Trail is quickly becoming one of the undiscovered gems in Alabama. With deep water, lime stone walls and a few rapids for fun, Sepulga offers a wilderness kayaking/canoe experience unique to South Alabama. Keep your eyes peeled for an alligator or two sunning on the rocks. A long coastal river with headwaters beginning in Lowndes County near the town of Fort Deposit, the Sepulga River watershed covers 1,050 square miles across seven Alabama counties in the south central portions of the Coastal Plain. Persimmon Creek and Pigeon Creek are the major tributaries. The Sepulga River enters the Conecuh River about seven miles south of the Brooklyn community at the border of Escambia and Conecuh counties.
Activities Available: Fishing, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, photography, sight-seeing, wildlife viewing
Map available at 100 Depot Square, Evergreen, AL 36401
General Admission: Free to all ageshttp://www.outdooralabama.com/fishing/freshwater/where/rivers/sepulga | 100 Depot Square, Evergreen, AL