The Sinister Story Behind This Popular Florida Park Will Give You Chills

Bulow Creek State Park is located at 3351 Old Dixie Highway in Ormond Beach. The park covers more than 5,500 acres, more than a quarter of which is submerged. There are several trails for walking, biking, and wildlife viewing. The park is full of natural beauty and history – and also a mysterious past.

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Some people that have visited the famous tree have reported seeing the ghostly figure of a man who fills the viewer with deep sorrow. Whether you believe these stories or not, this Bulow Creek State Park and the Bulow Plantation Historic Site are definitely worth exploring.

Have you ever visited the Fairchild Oak at Bulow Creek State Park? Do you have any other interesting local legends to share with us?