Bulow Plantation Ruins
Bulow Plantation Ruins is a Florida State Park containing the ruins of an antebellum plantation and its sugar mill, built of coquina sedimentary rock and made up of crushed shells. The Bulow Plantation was the largest plantation in East Florida. Activities at the state park include hiking, fishing, wildlife viewing, canoeing and kayaking, and picnicking. There's also a 6.8-mile hiking trail, a boat ramp, a screened picnic pavilion, and original artifacts and exhibits from the Bulow Plantation. The Bulow Plantation was dedicated as a State Historic Park in 1957.