About PalatkaJudge Isaac Bronson, one of Palatka's foremost residents, was a member of the 25th U.S. Congress and was responsible for proposing the act by which Florida became a state. His restored home, Bronson-Mulholland House, 100 Madison St., was built in 1854 and is open to the public; phone (386) 329-0140. Adjacent to the home is the Putnam Historic Museum; phone (386) 385-3975 for hours. Rodman Reservoir, 10 miles southwest off SR 19, is a popular recreation destination, particularly for bass fishing. Several boat ramps are available in the area.
Visitor Centers Putnam County Chamber of Commerce 1100 Reid St. Palatka, FL 32177. Phone:(386)328-1503
Things to Do Ravine Gardens State Park
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