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What a quiet, peaceful place to see. We enjoyed the tour of the home the best. The gardens around the house were beautiful with oak trees that were 500-600 years old and a beautiful bayou. A definite must see if you are ever in the...More
We were pleasantly surprised by the beauty of Eden Gardens State Park. Took some great photos of the Bayou, and enjoyed a walk on the trails through the garden. The tour of the house was very interesting, so neat to learn about the pine wood...More
My family and I were here for a wedding. This is a beautiful location that is so well maintained. There is a lot of nature to see and great picture opportunities. If you are looking for a different view of Florida and some time away...More
This is an absolutely beautiful state park - $4 is so worth the fee and it is just gorgeous - on the north side of 98 off hwy395 a great place to go if you are looking for something different - make sure you sit...More
had a great tour guide to take us through the house. the house is beautiful but is nearly outshined by the property around it. Trees, trails, a bay to enjoy the breeze. it's a relaxing and fun place to visit. Not crowded, not expensive and...More
This place is beautiful. The house, plants or trails. It doesn't matter. Only costs 4 bucks to get in. Plan to sit in the rocking chairs on the porch to take it all in. All the world's problems will seem to fade away. Trails are...More
While sitting in a local restaurant we saw a mural on the wall of a beautiful house and asked everyone there if they knew what or where it was. Finally a lady said "Oh, that's Eden Gardens. It's right up the road two traffic lights...More
My husband and I went to Eden Gardens State Park thinking that walking through the gardens and down the nature trail would be a good way to spend a few hours. Instead we spent most of the day there.
The Camellia Festival was going on,...More
Our trip started with a tour of the Wesley House. It was very interesting to hear how the family lived. The grounds are very picturesque to walk through and also hear the history behind some of the huge tree's. You can bring a picnic lunch...More
Yes, it costs $4 per person for the home tour. There is also an entrance fee for the park which is $4 per car and pay by honor system. The grounds are open all year but on Tuesdays and Wednesdays the house is closed.
In general, Early March will have the magnolia and other flowers in bloom through April. However, March also brings visits from college students on their spring breaks (many southeastern colleges party in the panhandle... More
In general, Early March will have the magnolia and other flowers in bloom through April. However, March also brings visits from college students on their spring breaks (many southeastern colleges party in the panhandle). Lodging, hospitality and other services have higher prices and longer than usual wait times. I haven't found these "partiers" crowding the park. Photographs in the early or evening hours are the most dramatic...home tours...plan on no tours during their lunch break(only one or two people work the house area). Weekdays are less crowded. Many restaurants (within 10 mi.) have weekday specials after 3:00/Happy Hours.