Relive the rise and fall of sugar plantations in East Florida in the early 1800s while you enjoy the beautiful greenery of this historic state park. Visitors are encouraged to hike the trails leading to the ruins of what once a beautiful plantation that produced sugar, cotton, rice and indigo. 

-The park is open Thursday through Monday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
-Entrance fee is $4 per vehicle, $2 per pedestrian or bicyclist. Picnic paviliions can also be rented for $30 per day.
-Canoes can be rented to explore Bulow Creek, which is recognized as a state conoe trail. Visitors can also bring their own fishing gear and small boats.
-An on-site museum houses artifacts from the Bulow Plantation.
-Besides the live oaks, deer, barred owls and raccoon are commonly seen at the park.