Bulow Sugar Plantation Ruins

Right next door to our campground is the Ruins of Bulow Sugar Plantation. It’s a state park. Weather was good on Sunday so we went exploring. The ruins are the sugar mill only and only a few blocks are left from the house foundation.


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River was used to transport the finished sugar product


The sugar mill was burned by the Indians


At the time the salt marsh had rice fields. The other fields were used to grow sugar cane.

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