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Not far from the Ormond Tomb, this park features several decades-old oak trees, plus a three-mile nature trail. Also of interest is the fact that the park ranger lives on site.
A lot of people seem to be getting this state park confused with Bulow Plantation Ruins State Park, which is located a short distance away in Flagler Beach. I must say, we visited both of these parks on the same day and we liked this one MUCH better. First of all, it's free. Secondly, the magnificent tree is awe inspiring.... 更多
Okay so this is one of my favorites for lots of reasons, 1 I grew up coming to this park. Every family get together was at this park from the time I was born until I was somewhere in my "I'm not going" 12 or 13 year old stage. But now that I am uhm well grown and have my... 更多
This park is basically divided by Walter Boardman - a road. There are trails from the south end, cross Walter Boardman and hike to the north end. At the south end you'll find the amazing Fairchild Oak reputed to be over 2,000 years old. It's absolutely amazing. The north end of the park offers the remains of a sugar mill... 更多
Wonderful kept ruins of an almost gone era, the sugar plantations of Florida. Very well marked, explained and kept in good condition.
Gives a good understanding of commerce in the old days of FL. Sugar was the main event and was actually made at this location. Some of the original structure still stands. A self guided tour tells you how it was done. Take Deep Woods Off or Cutters, the mosquitos will carry you away otherwise!
Had a great time seeing the plantation again. Take the car back to the site if you have trouble walking, if not take the nature trail and see FL in the raw. They have a great screen room for outings and a fishing dock to enjoy.