Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park(redirected from Bulow Plantation Ruins State Historic Site)
Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park
Location:3 miles west of Flagler Beach off County Road 2001 (Old King's Road), between SR 100 and Old Dixie Highway.
Facilities:Picnic area, screened pavilion, restrooms, nature trails, canoe rentals, boat ramp (boats more than 16 feet not recommended on Bulow Creek), interpretive center.
Activities:Canoeing/kayaking, fishing, picnicking, hiking.
Special Features:Once the site of the Bulow family's plantation of sugar cane, cotton, rice, and indigo, the Bulow Plantation was destroyed in 1836 during the Second Seminole War. Ruins of the former plantation include a sugar mill, spring house, several wells, and the crumbling foundations of the plantation house and slave cabins. A scenic walking trail leads visitors to the ruins of the sugar mill, and an interpretive center tells the plantation's history.
Address:PO Box 655
Bunnell, FL 32110
Size: 150 acres land; 2 acres water.
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