Cracker Trail Museum started in 1967 by the Peace River Valley Historical Society, with the procurement of a $20,000 grant from the Florida Game & Fresh Water Fish Commission and the U.S. Soil Conservation Service. Originally known as "Pioneer Park Museum", it serves the public interest of the Peace River Valley by providing a means for the collection, preservation and interpretation of collections of significant historic objects from the area.
During the 1840s, tensions between the settlers and Seminole Indians prompted authorities to establish a trading post in Florida's interior, away from settlements. Built in early 1849, the post was attacked and destroyed by Native Americans that summer. In late 1849, Fort Chokonikla was built nearby as the first outpost in a chain of forts established during tensions with Seminole Indians
The Clubhouse Experience at Streamsong offers the perfect venue for your buddy golf trip or executive retreat. Available for groups to reserve all 12 rooms with a mix of 8 single king rooms and 4 double queens, the clubhouse acts as your private cottage just steps from the first tee box at Streamsong Red and Streamsong Blue.