Splinter Hill Bog Overview
Located at the headwaters of the Perdido River in Baldwin County, Splinter Hill Bog’s two acquisitions (Nos. 30 and 40) encompass 627 acres of longleaf pine and bog habitat. The tract is being managed as a Nature Preserve to forward the conservation of these rare natural communities.
Adjacent to the Splinter Hill Bog acquisitions are three tracts owned by ADCNR’s State Lands Division, cooperatively managed in conjunction with the Forever Wild acquisitions to benefit habitat and recreation.
Visitors to Splinter Hill Bog can take part in recreational activities such as hiking, hunting, wildlife observation and biking.
From I-65, take exit 45 (Perdido/Rabun). Take Baldwin County Road 47 West approximately 1.3 miles to the parking lot on the right or travel 0.1 miles to Splinter Hill Road. Turn right on Splinter Hill Road and travel approximately 0.4 miles to the parking lot on the left across from Turberville Lane.