Loxahatchee Groves, a town in Palm Beach County, Florida, officially incorporated on November 1, 2006, becoming the county's 38th municipality. The town, settled since 1917, proudly calls itself "Florida's Last Frontier" and was primarily incorporated to protect its rural character from South Florida's encroaching urbanization.
Named after the tranquil Loxahatchee River, the town's name originates from the Seminole people's language, signifying "river of turtles."
With a 2020 U.S. Census population of 3,355, Loxahatchee Groves is part of the Miami metropolitan area and shares borders with Royal Palm Beach, Wellington, The Acreage, and Loxahatchee. It encompasses an area of approximately 12.53 square miles.
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