Bulow Creek State Park in Ormond Beach
Bulow Creek State Park is a State Park of Florida and is five miles to the north of Ormond Beach. This park is adjacent to Bulow Plantation Ruins Historic State Park and is within close proximity to Tomoka State Park, and Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreation Area. The park has one of the largest stands of Southern live oak which is over four centuries old. Among the wildlife of the park are Barred Owls, raccoons and white tailed deer. Some of the activities here at the park include canoeing, hiking and wildlife viewing too. There are also nature trails, picnic pavilion and a primitive style camp at the park.