Caloosa is a residential equestrian community sprawling over nearly 1,900 acres of land located in unincorporated Northern Palm Beach County, but often described as part of the City of Palm Beach Gardens.
Caloosa’s main attraction for homeowners and homebuyers is the amount of land it offers—5 acres per plot! And, of course, the love of horses. A 32-acre horse park in the heart of Caloosa includes riding rings, a jump course, cross-country course, and multiple riding areas. Miles of winding trails throughout the community provide horse owners and nature lovers an opportunity to escape the daily fuss and relish the delights of a relaxed rural lifestyle, while being in relative proximity to everything the Palm Beaches have to offer.
About four-fifths of residences in Caloosa are one-level ranch-style houses, with adjacent land that’s large enough for not only backyard private swimming pools, summer kitchens, guest houses, and horse stables but even for hosting multi-generational family reunion mega-festivals. The community uses water wells and septic tanks, and local services include police and fire department, as well as trash pickup.
- A 32-acre horse park
- Miles-long bridle paths
- Riding arena
- Jump course
- Screened picnic pavilion
- Barbecue grill
- Basketball courts
- Tennis courts
- Children’s playground
- Timber Trace Elementary School
- Watson B. Duncan Middle School
- Palm Beach Gardens High School