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I enjoyed my visit here. Such a fascinating piece of southern history. The ruins are of a time gone by and you can only wonder at how it would have been. A great visit and walk here. Make sure you have $4 to pay the...More
Well we were surprised that the plantation ruins were just down the road from the rv park we were staying at. It's a beautiful ride down a dirt road covered by tree's. A deer walked across the road on our way out. Nice nature trails...More
We were told the story of this plantation from the gentleman at the Flagler Historical Museum. Otherwise we would have miss this history. The road in from the main road ( Old King's Road) is unpaved and goes for a long distance until you reach...More
This is a very cool place to go. I believe it would be better to go when it's cooler out because we are eaten alive by bugs in June. But still an awesome place to see, like going back in the past. I plan to...More
Quite a neat little park. Make sure to follow the road until you see the sign for the state park. The address we used took us down a road that lead to a senior camping/retirement home are. The road into the park was a really...More
Our family really enjoys history and the Bulow Plantation did not disappoint! It is a long way down a narrow dirt road but it is so worth it. The ruins are extremely interesting and there are interpretive signs all over as well. While we were...More
WOW! This was a hidden gem to find at the end of a narrow dirt road. The sugar mill ruins are nicely marked so you know what you're looking at. Then there is an interpretive display providing more history. It was raining during oyr visit...More
Ruth G is absolutely correct. I am sorry for the folks' terrible experience but they are doing people a disservice by posting the review to the wrong park. We had a gret time at the plantation which only has one entrance... More
Ruth G is absolutely correct. I am sorry for the folks' terrible experience but they are doing people a disservice by posting the review to the wrong park. We had a gret time at the plantation which only has one entrance, a long dirt singletrack back to the gate Tripadvisor needs to remove that review, although I know you have to be vigilant everywhere these days so I wondered why anyone would leave a purse with cash and credit cards in plain sight in a parked car to begin with. That could have just as easily happened at their home in Indiana. The plantation is a long drive down a singletrack dirt road and through a gate with maybe one or two cars to case at the house site or mill ruins, so that is too much work and not enough payoff for a crime of opportunity.
I did not see a huge parking lot. Also, you would be traveling down a long dirt road with palm trees and underbrush close to the path that simulates what the approach would have been like when the plantation was inhabited... More
I did not see a huge parking lot. Also, you would be traveling down a long dirt road with palm trees and underbrush close to the path that simulates what the approach would have been like when the plantation was inhabited. We were in an SUV and got through with no problems though.