The park's picnic area, with tables and grills, is located along the shores of the Loxahatchee River. Out of four picnic pavilions, three can be reserved for a fee. The concession store sells snacks and drinks. Kids can also have fun at the children's playground located near the picnic area.
Rent canoes, kayaks, and motorboats at the park concession, as well as stand-up paddleboards and bicycles. The Loxahatchee River is particularly popular for kayaking and canoeing, with the lower section's mangrove-filled estuary ideal for bird watching.
The Kimbell Center is a wonderful place to start your trip to the park. Visitors can get familiar with the park's cultural and natural resources thanks to informative, interactive displays. The research laboratory provides kids and adults with an opportunity to learn more about the diverse natural landscapes in the park.
Discover various species of wildlife at Jonathan Dickinson State Park, such as deer, raccoons, otters, bobcats, foxes, and more. You might also spot alligators and turtles along the river. The park is also home to several endangered species, including gopher tortoises, manatees, Florida scrub-jays, and Eastern indigo snakes.