Photo Credit David Abernathy.
Jonathan Dickinson State Park just north of Jupiter, in Hobe Sound, is a natural wildlife park worthy of exploring with the entire family. The park offers two full facility campgrounds and a youth/group simple campground. The park itself rests several miles off the coastal shores of South Florida. Almost 11,500 acres of land and Loxahatchee River host thirteen ecological communities from swamps to pine flatwoods, a “biological community so rare it is designated “globally imperiled”.
The park offers incredible views from a 124-foot observation tower overlooking the forest, the Intracoastal Waterway and the sparkling blue Atlantic Ocean.
Running through the park is the Loxahatchee River. Loxahatchee means…