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Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park is located in Flagler Beach, Florida. It is three miles west of Flagler Beach on CR 2001, south of SR 100. Visitors can enjoy a variety of activities including hiking, fishing, wildlife viewing, canoeing and kayaking, and picnicking. Visitors can also learn about the park's interpretive center features original artifacts and exhibits about the Bulow Plantation.

oops! went the wrong way. came back and the trail was closed. so, we crossed the locked gate anyway and got busted by park ranger. never made it to plantation!

excellent

Short trail out to the plantation ruins.

I would recommend this trail for anyone wanting to do a small hike with interesting structures and artifacts. It was a great first hike!

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10 months ago

Very well maintained. No bugs, ticks or yellow flies. A decent amount to walk around and see. We will be doing the other hikes in this area for sure based on how nice this one is.

Short trail but the ruins are honking cool

Not much of a hike, just a walk. But the ruins are beautiful.

$4 parking fee, trail wasnt to bad but the ruins were cool to learn about. Great place for someone who wants to kayak or rent a canoe with some friends and spend some time on the river.

Really nice walk on a gentle trail through the woods to the ruins of an old sugar plantation. Signage along the way tells the story of the site and its eventual destruction.

Very simple trail. Bugs weren't too bad. The ruins were pretty cool.

We hiked from Bulow Woods State Park to the plantation ruins and back. When we got to the ruins, we paid a $2 per person entry fee. We went into the pavilion area to fill up our water bottles- the water coming out of the water fountain was brown- it tasted very salty. I'm sure it was straight from the river that lies behind the pavilion and picnic area. The park ranger lady was very nasty. She didn't want us sitting inside the pavilion because she had it rented out for the next weekend. She was riding around in her little golf cart reminding everyone that there is an admission fee and checking envelope stubs. She was very unpleasant. The sugar mill ruins and the slave quarters were the best part of the trip. A very sad piece of american history.

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