An Equestrian's Dream


Equestrian Community, 5 acre homesites, horse trails, riding arena & jump course, tennis,  basketball, community center, and patrolled security.


Caloosa is located in unincorporated Northern Palm Beach County, FL. The community offers more than 30 miles of interior bridle paths, a 32-acre horse park, paved roads, close proximity to exclusive shopping, world-class golf, a small airport, and state-of-the-art medical facilities.

Caloosa is conveniently located on SR 710 (BeeLine Highway) north of PGA Boulevard and south of Indiantown Road. The community comprises 350 five-acre parcels, each adjoining the internal trail system. Amenities at Caloosa Park include tennis and baskestball courts, heart trail, kiddy park, riding arena and jump course. A small meeting facility, screened picnic pavilion and barbecue grill are also available, and can be reserved by residents for private parties.

Back in 1981, the community had no mail delivery or garbage pickup! She’s watched it develop as she raised her two amazing children from birth to adulthood. She tells potential buyers “It’s the best gift you ever give to your child.”

She now has over 400 sales in Caloosa!

Cindi Stage has sold some homes multiple times and she feels honored to be able to pass on the history of the properties. More homes have been sold by Cindi Stage than any other agent and Caloosa homeowners continually have trust and loyalty to her business.

"I promise to consistently provide you and your family with my knowledge, passion, and dedication when handling your real estate needs."

Cindi Stage

About Cindi

Being one of the first to build in the community, Cindi Stage has sold real estate in Caloosa for over 30 years.

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Caloosa Resources

Sheriff Sub-Station:


Bruce King
Kings Management Services, Inc.
(561) 627-0480(561) 627-1247

Garbage Pickup and Guidelines

Pick Up days
Monday – Household garbage and vegetative yard waste
Thursday – Household garbage and recycling