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Coon Dog Memorial Graveyard


category : Memorials
Key Underwood buried his coon dog, Troop, on this site (1937). Since then, more than 185 coon dogs have been laid to rest here. Park area with picnic tables and shelter. Annual Labor Day celebration.


Admission: Free
Hours: Open daylight hours.
Address: Off Hwy. 72 near Natchez Trace Pkwy.

Phone: 256-383-0783
Fax: 256-383-2080
Our Website:www.colbertcountytourism.org

Come visit us in Tuscumbia, Alabama

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Coon Dog Memorial Graveyard

Key Underwood buried his coon dog, Troop, on this site (1937). Since then, more than 185 coon dogs have been laid to rest her...