Bumby Hunting Camp Ruins
Deep in the 30,000 acre Tosohatchee Wildlife Management Area along one of the many beautiful hiking trails is the abandoned ruins of what is left of an old hunting cabin. What is known as the Bumby Hunting Camp, the only remains is a brick chimney, a rusted bed frame and a artesian well in the back. Take a 360-degree virtual tour of what is left of the old abandoned hunting cabin in the woods with the four spherical panoramic images below. As you look around in the images, you will notice how people have damaged the chimney and taken bricks. Do you like urban exploring? Here is a map with tons of GPS locations for you to get out and explore.
There used to be more abandoned buildings in the Tosohatchee Wildlife Management Area but they have either been burned in wildfires or demolished. You can still find old cattle vats and remnants of the old railroad system out here. Similarly, if you look in the right areas of the WMA, you can even find a few Indian mounds. If you find ruins like this interesting, you might be interested in viewing the virtual tours for the Bulow Plantation Ruins, Dummitt Plantation Ruins, or the Thomson Tabby House ruins. View this location on Google Maps.
Here is an 8K 360VR video of the ruins
If you liked this post, you have to see the featured abandoned locations or you can view more ruins on our website. You can learn more about the Tosohatchee Wildlife Management Area on the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission website.
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