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This is a well preserved part of OLD FLorida. Located in a natural setting, it features the ruins of a functioning plantation house as well as several out buildings. There are some walking paths and sculptures to see as well as picnis areas. You will...More
Beautiful serene pace to Visit. Tree's are lovely, a lot of shade& nice place to take a walk. I will definely be going back there, i will explore a little more of the place& let you know what else they have to offer.
Bulow Plantation is historically interesting and tells a story of Florida's agriculture-based economy long before the 20th century rodent invasion. You can learn about the early sugaring industry, have a picnic on beautiful grounds and enjoy some canoeing or kayaking. The park also has an...More
This is a great state park with plenty of history and beauty. We just happened to stumble upon this attraction and it was so close to my friends home that I was visiting. $4.00 entry fee was well worth the price.
This place is very secluded and off the beaten path. All that is left is ruins, but you get a good idea of the history behind the place, and how hard it was to raise and process sugar. It is educational and hard to believe...More
There is not much at this site besides the sugar mill ruins of limestone block. They do a good job of explaining the production of sugar and molasses. The Seminoles burned everything in the 1830's. No remains of the main house or any other wooden...More
This place was so authentic and educational...nice low cost way to learn about the area and its history. With time to walk some trails, and read the interpretive plaques, a family or couple can really get enjoyment and an education too! Don't miss the ruins!