Loxahatchee is a community in Florida located in Palm Beach County. It is located northwest of Royal Palm Beach and north of Wellington. The name "Loxahatchee" is derived from the Loxahatchee River. The Loxahatchee River is National Wild and Scenic River about 7.6 miles long near the southeast coast of the state.
Jonathan Dickinson State Park is an outstanding park for outdoor enthusiasts. It offers excellent activities such as canoeing, hiking, picnicking, swimming, fishing, cycling, and RV camping. Jonathan Dickinson State Park also provides food and beverage concessions made from sustainable or organic foods, also serving beer and wine. Catch a glimpse of wildlife including raccoons, foxes, otters, bobcats, alligators, and turtles along with several others. The Lion Country Safari is a drive-through safari park which is also a lovely way to spend the day. It was “Named one of the top 10 things to do in Palm Beach County” by the Travel Channel, along with being one of the “Ten Best Savanna Exhibits in the World” by Zoo Nation. It offers animal feeding experiences, rides, food, shopping and more.
Students of Loxahatchee can attend places like Acreage Pines Elementary School, Golden Groves Elementary School, and Loxahatchee Groves Elementary School. Middle Schools include Western Pines Middle School and Osceola Creek Middle School. The Seminole Ridge Community High School is local High School in Loxahatchee.
Homes on Loxahatchee River are situated on up to four acres of land. With 300 feet of water frontage, beach access, and private boats with full docks with lifts create a boater’s paradise. Relax in your riverfront estates and enjoy the breathtaking views of the Jupiter Lighthouse and the Loxahatchee River. Live resort style with guest houses, wine cellars, chef’s kitchen, butler’s pantry, theater, gym, and expansive master suites with private fireplaces and separate tubs overlooking the river. Outdoor living spaces include summers kitchen, resort style pools with a lazy river, waterfalls, putting green and archery areas. If you are interested in calling Loxahatchee, Florida your home, please contact us today.