Climb to the highest natural point in South Florida – Hobe Mountain Observation Tower
Learn about Camp Murphy – the Army’s top-secret radar training facility
Grab a bike and ride the paved roads
Take a Guided Horseback Ride, in season only.
Stop and smell the flowers.
Safe paved trails away from the cars are perfect for family bike rides, skateboarding, and rollerblading. Off-road trails for mountain biking also available.
Have your own kayak? Drop it in at the boat launch for a day of fishing.
Camp out – Family, Primitive, youth group and equestrian sites available.
Rent a cabin in the woods. Fully equipped units available.
Have a picnic. Tables and grills available. Pavilion rental also available
Drop a line at the boardwalk on the Loxahatchee River.
Swing, Slide & Climb. The park offers two family friendly playgrounds.
Grab a bite to eat at the concession stand.
Next to the concession stand, you will find the River Store for guided boat tour information, snacks, camping supplies, and souvenirs.
Bring the Big Rig. Large paved sites for your recreational vehicle.
Hike the Kitching Creek Trail. Over 17 miles of trails await you.
Learn about “The Wildman of the Loxahatchee” on a 2-hour guided pontoon boat tour and learn the history of Trapper Nelson.
Simply Relax by the water and enjoy the day. You may also spot an alligator or two.
Rent a Canoe, Kayak, or Paddleboard. Enjoy at your own pace or join a guided tour.
Learn more about this Martin County treasure at
http://www.jdstatepark.com/ and make sure to visit the Kimbell Center inside the park for programs, exhibits, interactive displays, photography, art, activity centers, scavenger hunt, and movie theater.
For $6 per vehicle, 2 to 8 persons, you won’t find a better value for family fun in Florida.