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Interesting stop at the ruins. History notes about the place and Mr. Yulee. If you enjoy history of the Homossa area. Free and casual walk around. It's not a huge place so plan a half hour or so to read and look.
Often when we visit historical parks, there will be only minimal ruins still visible, but in the case of the Yulee Sugar Mill, there is a full chimney, pieces of the steam engine and boiler, some of the cooking pots, and rock lined pits. Although...More
The Yulee Sugar Mill Ruins FL State Park is well done & interesting. There are signs all around the Sugar Mill Ruins providing the history of the area as well as signs explaining the various aspects of the Sugar Mill Ruins.
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It's a park with the ruins to a local Sugar mill. It is small, but they have signage telling about what everything is. We parked in the parking lot opposite the Mills. Getting there is a treat in itself as the area is beautiful and...More
We stopped by Yulee Sugar Mill Ruins for a quick stop. It was not hard to find and is only a few miles off US 19. There are a number of boards describing the history of of the sugar mill. The ruins were deteriorated but...More
It's interesting if only to hear about the origins of the sugar business in Florida. Small placards give you some sense of the history although the pics only allude to the slave labor needed to run the mill. Right off the road and there's a...More