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Bronze statue sculpted by Robert G. Wehle. Life-size pointer atop 7-ft. granite base engraved with names of 11 men from Bullock Co. in Bird Dog Hall of Fame.
Admission: Free
Only Second Empire-style courthouse in Alabama. Built in 1871 and patterned after Executive Building in Washington, D.C.
Admission: Free
Built in 1897 by Pauly Jail Company, Victorian Gothic-style building has original trapdoor used for hangings. Demonstration available.
Admission: Free
Visit 3 room log cabin (built in 1850) where tour is given by descendant of original owner. Cemetery includes Union and Confederate soldiers.
Admission: Free
The cemetary is the burial site of both Union and Confederate soldiers.
Admission: Free
Nature trails, special presentations, exhibits each week at Exhibition Hall, complete with Alabama animals. Special events weekends: Wildflowers, Bird Awareness Day, fishing derbies, regional artwork. 20 mi./32 km from Union Springs (Bullock County seat).
Admission: Free
Settled in 1835, they named it Enon, where John the Baptist baptized the people of Enon, who agreed to its community's namesake out of gratitude for their good, health giving, and clear water their village depended on for their very survival.
 Josephine Art Complex which includes Old Time Ice Cream.


New lodging for this are including weddings, retreats, hunting, and reunions. Some private hunting in beautiful Bullock County Alabama. Groups of up to fifteen guests! Call 850-974-7143 or email PopATopLodge@gmail.com for reservations.
Phone: 850-974-7143
Hunting for Deer, Turkey, Wild Hog and Birds in Alabama
Phone: 334-485-3550
Guided Hunts for Trophy Deer and Turkey
Phone: 334-616-0707
Accepted: MasterCard, Visa