The Brooklyn access is the southernmost take-out for the Sepulga River Canoe Trail and the take-out for paddles from the Iron Bridge, PWBT Site 17. Bird the undergrowth at the boat ramp for Brown Thrashers, Gray Catbirds, and White-eyed Vireos. Northern Parulas are conspicuous in spring and early summer. Be sure to watch overhead for Red-shouldered Hawks and Mississippi Kites.
Directions: From the Iron Bridge, return to the intersection of Bull Slough Road and Conecuh County Road 43. Turn left (south) on Conecuh 43 and drive 4.0 miles. Turn left (south) on Conecuh County Road 42, and go 0.3 miles to the intersection of Conecuh County Road 6 and Riverside Drive (unpaved). Turn left (east) on Riverside Drive and go 0.3 miles to the public boat ramp.
GPS: N 31°15.738’ / W 86°45.740’
Conecuh/Sepulga Watershed Alliance
P.O. Box 2792
Brooklyn, AL 36429
Amenities: Parking, Canoeing, Boat access