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Duke Farms, Hillsborough

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TripAdvisor
  • Love coming here! I find the Duke family fascinating and while you walk the grounds you can only wonder at some of the experiences they had on the vast and gorgeous property! Plenty of wildlife and re...  more »
  • This place is a marvel! Closed to the public since the early 1900's. Fantastic estate to wander around and enjoy the outdoors and experience what the Duke family had intended for the public to enjoy. ...  more »
  • Lots of winding paths and roadways make Duke an excellent place to take the family for a walk or bike ride. Flat, paved or gravel/dirt paths. They have a farm market in the summer, and we've gotten so...  more »
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  • Duke's is an awesome place. Great visitor's center with yummy food. The trails and attractions are lovely all year round, minus the winter unless you're into that kind of thing.
  • Duke Farms is the most unintentionally emo place in the universe. The group managing the old Doris Duke estate is letting it slowly return to a more natural state...and thus, it has become a celebration of death and decay, of the inevitable cold hands of Time and Fate overtaking us all and rendering our pitiable accomplishments moot. I'm surprised I don't see more tour groups of black-clad kids with tons of eye makeup shuffling between swampy artificial lakes and sculptures overtaken by underbrush.
  • What a great place. I know it mostly because I enjoy birding. I have seen some great birds and always walk away with more than expected. The park does not open until 8, which is kind of a bummer in terms of dawn calls, and bird activity, but overall it's a great place. I love what they are doing there, creating different habitats. Easy to walk, concrete trails, and enough walking to keep you going for around 5 hours even with a steady pace.
  • It is a great place for a summer weekend. There are long beautiful nature walkways. There is a free tram which runs every half an hour and stops at main spots. It is very convenient for family with kids or seniors to hop-on hop-off and still visit the whole farm. The best part about the farm is huge orchard garden. You will appreciate the large verity of orchard with beautiful tropical setup.
  • Great day out. I love going there once in month.