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We spend our winters in Ponce Inlet, next to Port Orange on the beach. I am a Procter & Gamble retiree, so was surprised to recently find a tie to the original Gamble Family nearby in Port Orange. This was originally a 700 acre parcel...更多
Everyone should take a few minutes and experience Gamble Place. It's tucked away in Port Orange along Spruce Creek. There are several acres and some historical structures that are really a treasure for the area.
Although Gamble Place has very irregular visiting hours, you can still take a pleasant stroll around the property any time...更多
Located next to Cracker Creek, this is a good history of an old hunting/fishing cottage for the Gamble Family. Not fancy but peaceful Old Florida history.
I had no idea this existed. Enjoyed it immensely during the spring visit I made with a friend. Yes, I wish the Snow White cottage was open, but it's just a fun place to walk around. Cute little dinosaur mural in the ladies room. You...更多
So, the building is interesting to walk around...but you get very little information since there are no "tours" except pre-arranged school/large tour groups. This is a shame, as you can see that there is a lot of history here. All the houses are closed off,...更多
We originally found this place years ago in the "Wierd Florida" book, we had a fantastic experience taking the river boat through old Florida, seeing wildlife and original buildings, but the best was snow whites cottage, a replica built on the grounds with the 7...更多
We took a 2 hour drive to visit Gamble Place, we arrived at 1.30pm, gates were padlocked shut even though the gate and website say it is open until 2pm. As it is only open for such a limited time, it should at least be...更多
Off the beaten path, worth the time to find real history about the Port Orange area. Lovely setting, west of I-95, near the famous Spruce Creek Fly-In.