September 27, 2014
NATIONAL PUBLIC LANDS DAY-FIRST VOLUNTEER PROJECT
Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park
Date: September 27, 2014 - 9:30a.m.-12:30p.m.
Join our group clean-update activity. Bring your own canoe/kayak (lifejackets) to help clean-up beautiful Bulow Creek or stay on dry land and help us beautify our park areas. We'll provide the trash bags for litter pick-up, you provide the muscle. Afterwards, spend the day on us enjoying the park- have a picnic, tour the ruins, check out the onsite interpretive display or try some fishing. Ranger-led guided tour of the ruins available, by request. Canoes are available for rent from the park office (limited supply). Entrance fees waived for all volunteer participants. We recommend you bring, insect repellant, bottled water, comfortable walking shoes (preferbaly closed-toes) and your enthusiasm. Meet Ranger Nicky at the screened pavillion at 9:30 for check-in, instructions and a general park welcome. Children must be accompanied by an adult/guardian. Pre-register with Nicky at 386-517-2084. Learn more about our Bulow Parks Historic Alliance friends group at the park.
Fees: Free entance for participants
Contact: Contact park for more information.
- Bulow Plantation Ruins is located three miles west of Flagler Beach on County Road 2001 between State Road 100 and Old Dixie Highway.