This place is very secluded and off the beaten path. All that is left is ruins, but you get a good idea of the history behind the place, and how hard it was to raise and process sugar. It is educational and hard to believe all the hard work that went in to establishing this place - most of the work done by slaves. With all the modern wonders around, it does a person good to take a look at the hardships suffered by those who lived in the area before.
Like all the Florida State Parks, it costs only $4 per vehicle and it is open every day of the year.
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