Butler Island Plantation, Darien

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Historic Walking Area · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Butler Island Plantation is a former rice plantation located on Butler Island on the Altamaha River delta just South of Darien, Georgia. It was originally owned by Major Pierce Butler (1744–1822). The plantation is managed by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.
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  • "Those who do not know their history are doomed to repeat it." The story behind the Butler Plantation is one of sadness for those that lived through it, We ALL need to learn and understand the past.....  more »
  • Behind the plantation house is an excellent kayak launching platform. Up the river is a very nice paddle with a couple of eagle nests. Well worth a stop.  more »
  • We was on the bridge. Crabbing it was so nice full moon. The mosquitoes wasn't so bad.
  • Beautiful place,wish someone would restore the home b4 its a loss..

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