Loxahatchee is located in Palm Beach County, Florida. It was founded in 1917 and its named is derived from the Seminole words for "turtle creek." Its estimated population is 3,000 residents. The 12.5-square mile town is located west of Royal Palm Beach, north of Wellington, and southeast of The Acreage.
The area is served by nearby Palm Beach International Airport.
Arts and Entertainment
If you're looking for country life near the hustle and bustle of the Palm Beaches area, Loxahatchee could be for you. Though it is located in one of the most populated counties in Florida, Loxahatchee remains mostly rural with large residential lots, dirt roads, plant nurseries, a goat cheese dairy and horse farms.
Visit the nation's first "cageless" zoo at Lion Country Safari or check out wildlife, boat, hike, bike or fish at the Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge.
For more shopping, dining, beach and cultural adventures, the Palm Beaches area is nearby so you'll never run out of activities to enjoy.
Loxahatchee is home to one high school, two middle schools and five elementary schools.