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All reviews local history nice walk visitor center guided tour elevated boardwalk tree roots nature trail cotton mill couple of hours great place to visit woods ruins information flora dam museum swamp
Great place to visit and get a glimpse of panhandle history. Farms was interesting and I would suggest guided tour of homestead. Visitors center is worth spending time and has area for children to learn some of the history. The boardwalk through the swamp and...More
Lovey spot to visit set back a few blocks off the highway. Lots of local Flora and Fauna for the Keen eye to spot. Take water, sunscreen and bug spray. There is plenty of tidbits of local history here with photo opportunities and if you...More
My back was hurting me from riding in the car for so long and this was the perfect place to stop and walk it off. The raised boardwalk is a 3/4 mile flat loop through the 42 acres and very easy to walk. The walk...More
While visiting the Homestead, we were shown a map how to get to the mill. We are very glad we took the advice to visit. The museum showed an in depth history of the mill. After leaving the museum, we toured the grounds. There was...More
We went and there was no one there to talk to you about the site, but it is a nice history trip for the kids. I am an archaeologist, and knew a good bit about the site having working in this area years ago on...More
I came for the Florida's Flora: Nature Tour of Arcadia Mill. We went through the trail in the woods to examine different species of plants. They also have some carnivorous plants, some pitcher plants (Sarracenia leucophylla) and some sundew (Drosera capillaris). Krystal also gave us...More
Came across this small historic site one afternoon on a drive between Milton and Pace Fl. After driving through some residential streets you come to the end of the road and park near a small park headquarters. Inside there is a neat display about the...More
Yes, we allow dogs on site as long as they are on a leash the entire time. Dog owners are expected to clean up after their pets and only service animals are allowed inside the Visitor's Center. We hope you will visit us soon!