If you prefer an action packed vacation then the outdoors at Jonathan Dickinson State Park is just the place for you. Sandwiched between Juipter and Tequesta, this spread across more than 11000 acres. And that's a whole lot ground to cover. Nature enthusiasts will be simply delighted and amazed with the innumerable species of birds, trees, and various wildlife.The Loxahatchee river winds its way through the reserve. You can go canoeing, kayaking on the rapids. if you prefer something leisurely then fishing is also allowed at some spots along the river. There are also well defined tracks for hiking and even horse riding. If you want to know more about the history of this plac ehten head to the Elsa Kimbell Environmental Education and Research Center. It is a storehouse of the park's information and culture. It is also a good camping ground. Be prepared for a fun filled outing at this park.
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