Jonathan Dickinson State Park, Jupiter, Florida
The park is named after a Quaker merchant, Jonathan Dickinson, who was shipwrecked in 1696 on the Florida coast near the present-day park.
The park is home to a variety habitats: scrub, pine flatwoods, mangroves and swamps.
The Loxahatchee River flows through the park and empties into the Atlantic Ocean via the Jupiter inlet.
Florida scrub is an ancient subtropical forest ecoregion. It is endangered because of commercial, residential and agricultural development.