Canoe/kayak down the wild and scenic Loxahatchee River to Jonathan Dickinson State Park (beware of current if going down river and coming back to park, specially if it rained recently), or use the circular trail that meanders within the park. Park also has equestrian trails and miles of hiking/biking trails. The trails can be a bit of a maze, however they are marked at virtually every intersection and there are kiosks with maps located all over the 680 acre park. Most of the trails are hardpan (shell rock) and flat, so they are easy to ride on. Keep an eye out for turkey, deer, osprey, otters, and a variety of wading birds. I have been to this park several times and always see wildlife. Go early in the morning on a weekday (less crowded) to increase your odds. Canoe, kayak, bike rentals available at park. The park has numerous chickee huts and picnic tables.
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