Deveaux Plantation Ruins

Though this structure is no longer functioning and as picturesque as it once was, it is still an interesting site to explore. The Deveaux Plantation Ruins are the remains of an 18th century cotton plantation, still flaunting some of it's original design features.


On the plantation, there was an antebellum-style mansion which housed Colonel Andrew Deveaux, who was an American vet of the Revolutionary War. Surrounded by beautiful landscape and still containing the skeleton of the mansion, this is an interesting site for anyone who enjoy hiking or exploring historical sites.

Staying Close

Deveaux Plantation Ruins is located on Cat Island, so those visiting this area of the Bahamas will have convenient access to the historical site during their time there. The area around this site remains relatively quiet, particularly since there are so few lodging options in the vicinity.

Hotels near Deveaux Plantation Ruins
Hotel Type Island Distance Direction
Greenwood Beach Resort Hotel Cat Island -- --

Location and What's Nearby

Guests to Deveaux Plantation Ruins often also make a visit to Cutlass Bay Beach, the easiest beach to access, and a terrific location for those seeking a little fun in the sun.


Operating Hours

The site is open from sunrise to sunset.


Exploration is free for all visitors.

Contact Information

Phone Number: (242) 342-3031 Or (242) 342-3032

Location: Queen's Highway, Cat Island


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