I admit, I've visited the area for years, and somehow never checked out Spanish Point. So I remedied this on my most recent visit.
The indian mounds are there, but you can't really see much, and this is probably the most critical point to have a guide to explain what's happening.
The old house is beautiful, and it's impressive that it survived 100 years of Florida's hurricanes and termites.
What I really enjoyed was wandering through the gardens and paths. I saw some lovely butterflies, and many species of birds. Bring your camera, and make time to check out the fauna as well as the flora.
This attraction has the sort of million dollar view most homeowners would kill for.
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