Most People Don’t Know The Unique Story Behind This Cemetery In Alabama

While driving Alabama’s backroads, you’ll encounter a variety of unique places. One place in particular is the Key Underwood Coon Dog Memorial Graveyard, which is best known as the Coon Dog Cemetery. This unique cemetery is one of Alabama’s true hidden gems. For information about the Coon Dog Cemetery and how it got its start, read on.

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Coon Dog Cemetery Driving Directions:
From US Highway 72, turn left onto Alabama Highway 247. After traveling approximately 12 miles, turn right onto Coondog Cemetery Road and follow the signs.