Jupiter Inlet Historic and Archaeological Site, Dubois Park
Dubois Park contains the remains of a village occupied by the Jobe and their predecessors from 1,000 years ago. The shell midden, or trash pile, from the village site is 20 feet high. Jonathan Dickinson, a Quaker merchant whose family and crew were shipwrecked in 1696, is thought to have been held captive at this site. The Dubois Pioneer Home is located on top of the archaeological site.