Bulow Creek boasts 5,600 acres of beautiful, old-Florida greenery that serves as a home to the 400-year-old Fairchild Oak. There are miles upon miles of shady trails including the Bulow Woods Trail, which leads visitors to the Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park where visitors can see exactly how much of the Bulow Plantation survived the Seminole War of 1836.
-The park is open from 8 a.m. until sundown every day
-Visitors can canoe and kayak in Bulow Creek, the boat ramp is available at Bulow Plantation Historic State Park.
-The trails within the park are perfect for hiking, walking or biking
-Barred owls, white-tailed deer, gopher tortoises, bob cats and raccoons are all common sites. However, visitors should watch out for pigmy rattlesnakes, which are also common in the area.
Florida State Parks Guide: Bulow Creek State Park, Ormond Beach