Bulow Plantation Historic State Park
When you`re staying with us, be sure to spend a day exploring Bulow Plantation Historic State Park. Founded in 1821, it was formerly known as Bulow Ville. Since it`s destruction in 1836, during the Second Seminole Indian War, this property has become a historic national park, thriving with sugar mill runs, nature trails, picnic facilities and an open-air museum. In its brief life as a plantation, the Bulow family was famous for growing sugar cane, cotton, rice, and indigo.