There is not much at this site besides the sugar mill ruins of limestone block. They do a good job of explaining the production of sugar and molasses. The Seminoles burned everything in the 1830's. No remains of the main house or any other wooden structures. Nice view of the river and nice forest trails through the old live oak and pines. Minimal fee. Nice place for a picnic.
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