At Dudley Farm, a one-of-a-kind authentic 325-acre working "Cracker" farm, you will see the evolution of North Florida farming through the eyes of three generations of the Dudley family; from the pioneer days circa 1850 through the introduction of gasoline-powered equipment circa 1945.

Dudley Farm Historic State Park is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Some highlights include a visitor center, park staff in period clothing performing chores, production and harvest of heritage crop varieties and sugar cane, raising of heritage livestock varieties including Cracker cows and Barred Rock chickens, family farmhouse with original furnishings, general store and post office, 1880s kitchen outbuilding, cane syrup complex with autumn cane grinding, boiling, bottling, seasonal corn shucking, nature trail and picnic area.

Tours & Transfers: Group Tours

Admission: $5 per vehicle (up to 8 passengers); $2 per person (pedestrians, bicyclists, extra passengers in vehicle)

Open From (Hour): State Park: 9 AM - 5 PM (Wed-Sun). Farmstead: 9 AM - 4 PM (Wed-Sun).

This attraction should take approx: (hours): 3

Recreation Type: Hiking