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Nov 22, 2009 - Historic Bulow Plantation Sugar Mill Ruins

Historic Bulow plantation and sugar mill ruins was a great place to visit. We especially enjoyed the visit because it was so close to our RV park. Just a two mile drive to the ruins. The plantation was esbablished in 1821 by Major Charles Wilhelm Bulow on 4.675 acres of tide land bordering a creek named after him. Over 2,000 acres were cleared to plant cotton, sugar cane, rice, and indigo. Soon after the plantation was established the major died at age 44. He left his holdings to his son John. Under John's management the plantation thrived...

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Nov 16, 2009 - Bulow Plantation RV Resort

Bulow Plantation RV Resort - Flagler Beach, FL - Nov. 18 - 22 Spanish moss and large live oak trees. What a beautiful setting for a rural campground. It was just a short drive up I-95 to the next exit and turn off to Bulow Plantation. A drive of about 10 miles between resorts. Once we arrived we decided immediately that this was where we should have been for the whole two weeks in the area. Our kind of place. No freeway city noise like Sunshine Holiday where we were. A quiet and easy going place. It has beautiful terrain with very large old...

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