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Great place to recharge your batteries. Just North of North Palm Beach. It is perfect for a day-trip or weekend break-away. Lots to do, like bicycling, kayaking, hiking, horseback riding, etc. Be sure to visit Trapper Nelson’s hide-out. It is fascinating. Our tour guide there...More
Saw plenty of state employees working over the weekend keeping this park in tip top condition. We spent three nights in the River Campground and found plenty of space between sites, excellent rest rooms, well maintained landscape and everything in tip top condition. Checked other...More
Four adults ranging in age from 24 to 66 spent most of a day in early December at this state park and had a wonderful time. Took the Loxahatchee River tour via small pontoon boat. Since it was high tide, we were able to take...More
Expansive State park with a lot of activities. Museum with local flora and fauna info, can rent canoes, kayaks. Take a trip up the Loxahatchee River to Trapper John's. See alligators, herons, Ibis, and much more. Good hiking trails. Camping area with cabins and RV...More
I have been to the park and stayed in the cabins many times. They are okay, nothing fancy. They do need to be repaired, they are definitely showing signs of age. It’s not the Hilton, more like Budget Inn quality
I’d come back again.
We arrived on Sunday. As we came in the park we turned right and drove to the observation tower on hobe hill. There is a nice view from the top of the tower. You can see the Atlantic to the east and quite a ways...More
We hadn't planned to visit and just dropped by as we were passing. The very friendly Ranger told us all about the park and we decided it was worth a visit. We first went to the look-out point (great views) and then to the visitor...More
This has been the RV's unofficial lodging place in and off for about a year. At 28.00 or so per night it's an affordable spot to enjoy nature and is close to Jupiter, Juno and Riviera Beaches. It has 13 different ecological zones, fishing, boating...More
South Florida in general is pretty RV unfriendly, but this park is a clear exception.
Site are huge, bathroom very clean, price reasonable.
The boat tour to Trapper something is nice but at 25$ per too expensive.
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In my 35+ years of going to Johnathan Dickenson State Park I have NEVER heard of ANYONE having ANYTHING Stolen while Camping. We NEVER even locked our bikes. How unfortunate a thing to hear. Very SORRY! I can only assume it... More
In my 35+ years of going to Johnathan Dickenson State Park I have NEVER heard of ANYONE having ANYTHING Stolen while Camping. We NEVER even locked our bikes. How unfortunate a thing to hear. Very SORRY! I can only assume it may have been some Vagrant that wondered on in off of U.S. 1? That would be my guess. Other than that, everyone else are registered campers. Again, my sympathies to you.