Known for its ecologically diverse population, the Jonathan Dickinson State Park has thirteen natural communities that feature a variety of species and natural vegetation.
The Jonathan Dickinson State Park is located just south of Stuart, Florida and contains an important historical site namely the 1930?s pioneer homestead of Trapper Nelson. The park features paved and off-road trails for biking, equestrian trails for riders, and hiking trails. Camp visitors may also use a boat or canoe to view the park along the banks of the river. Anglers are allowed to cast their lines from the banks of the river or from their boats. Boat rentals are available to all park visitors. The park also has two full facility campgrounds and primitive camp site.
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