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Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park, Flagler Beach

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  • Florida State Park, Going to cost you $4, no ranger, honor system, I didn't have any change so I left a $5 in the envelope, but that's OK. Like earlier stated, The entrance is easy to miss, It is righ...  more »
  • Go for a walk in seemingly unspoiled and generally underused Florida woods. You may hear owls, warblers and woodpeckers in the canopy, or armadillos and deer crashing around in the underbrush off the ...  more »
  • An interesting set of ruins that speaks little to the suffering of the 193 slaves who toiled and suffered under the hands of a "master" who as the sign indicates "worked" the plantation. Another inter...  more »
  • Small but very interesting and historic $5.00 per car
  • UNLESS YOU LIKE GOING TO JAIL, STAY AWAY FROM HERE. Spent the night in jail for not knowing what time the park closed. Cost me 160 dollars and 40 community service hours. Flaggler county is NOT a friendly place. STAY AWAY. 'My Cousin Vinny' kind of a place. But its real. Very scary.
  • Such a beautiful historical sight lots of information great for kids to learn
  • So, I've just moved to Florida... like I arrived 2 days ago. I was just driving around and noticed the sign for this park and decided to check it out even though it was 15 minutes until it closed for the day. The driveway was a very narrow access road from the main road. Once I finally got to the "entrance" there was a self serve daily use envelope stand to use for the daily fee. Since I was only checking to see if it was a place I would like to return to someday I didn't pay. After all by this time we are talking 10 minutes to close. I drove around another loop and although there were some very interesting looking ruins which could have been explored I didn't not stop or get out of my car. As I traveled back to the entrance the park official stopped me and bitched me out for not paying. I don't think I'll go back there even though I had originally thought it might be a place worth exploring more fully.
  • Very cool if you want to see ruins. (4 Bucks a vehicle as of yesterday: October 27, 2014). I honestly don't know what the first reviewer was expecting by NOT paying, showing up 10 minutes before close, and not even getting out to see the highlight of the park. Of course you're going to get yelled at and have a bad experience. (Common sense...) Highly suggest giving yourself enough time to explore and actually get out of your car and look at the ruins. Very historic place and interesting for photographers!