Bulow Plantation Ruins is located in Flagler County in Florida. The coquina ruins are of an 1800s sugar and cotton plantation. The plantation was destroyed in the Second Seminole War of 1836.
You can view the ruins along with history and a detailed layout of the foundation. You can learn about the volatile struggles on the plantation and how it was led to destruction. There is also a viewing area with artifacts such as glassware and tools.
There is Publix nearby if you want to enjoy subs on the picnic table overlooking Bulow Creek, or head to the nearby beach.
It’s $4 cash per vehicle to enter.
3501 Old Kings Road S, Flagler Beach, Florida 32136