JONATHAN DICKINSON STATE PARK MAP FLORIDA
10,284 acres. Located in southeast Florida, Jonathan Dickinson State Park includes the Loxahatchee River, along with pine flatwoods, dunes, and cypress swamps.
Activities: There’s an 8-mile trail for hiking and backpacking. During wet periods the trail may be flooded.
Cam ping Regulations: Camping is restricted to one authorized camping area along the trail. A maximum of eight persons are allowed to camp here at a time. Campfires are permitted. Campers must first register and and pay a small fee upon entry.
For Further Information: Jonathan Dickinson State Park, 16450 S.E. Federal Highway, Hobe Sound, FL 33455; (305)546-2771.
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Ingmansson was the manager. From 1911, J. Ingmansson of Karlshamn, Sweden was the registered owner. Final voyage On 10 June 1915, the Otago was torpedoed and sunk without warning by Kapitanleutnant Constantin Kolbe in the KDM submarine SM U19, from the III.U-Bootflottille based at Wilhelmshaven. The steamer was voyaging from Hamsund, Sweden to Hull with a cargo of timber and sank about 20 miles E by % N of Longstone light. The wreck, probably that of the Otago, is orientated in a NNE to SSW direction. It lies on a seabed of mud, fine sand and shells in a general depth of 84 m (LAT). The wreck appears to be intact but is collapsed, standing just over 2 m high and covering an area about 58 m long and 20 m wide. Large numbers of fish have been observed on the echo sounder over the top of her remains, which should make for an excellent boat-angling venue.