• Call Us
 

Tallowwood Isle

55+ Manufactured Home Community

3878 NW 67th St
Coconut Creek, Florida 33073
954-421-2208


 

Surround yourself in serenity at Tallowwood Isle Mobile Home Park, only five miles from the ocean and just over 20 miles from Ft. Lauderdale. Our 55 plus, handicap accessible park is surrounded on three sides by our pristine lake. All residents enjoy access to the lake’s freshwater fishing, and many waterfront properties feature private docks.

Our grounds feature a heated pool, shuffleboard courts and a Pétanque court. In our clubhouse, residents enjoy our pool table and a laundry facility. Neighbors become good friends at Tallowwood’s weekly bingo, card games and coffee hours. Relax in style at Tallowwood Isle – come be Sun!

 

Coconut Creek

Coconut Creek, the “Butterfly Capital of the World”, is a well-planned city with a unique environmental consciousness nestled between Miami and Palm Beach.  Spotlighted as one of the “Best Cities to Live in America” by Money Magazine, and a​ ​Top Ten Place to Live in Florida by Movoto and NerdWallet, Coconut Creek is home to 55,000 residents and supports a diverse, growing business community.  The City’s Mainstreet Project, home to the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek and the Coconut Creek Promenade, a 23-acre, open-air, upscale shopping and restaurant center, has received the “Award of Excellence” for its Design Standards by the Florida Chapter of the American Planning Association (FAPA).  When complete, the City’s MainStreet area will be bustling with over 250 acres of LEED-certified businesses, upscale housing, and beautifully landscaped parks and greenways. 

Be sure to visit Butterfly World: the result of one man’s hobby gone wild.

Born of Dutch immigrants, Ronald Boender grew up in Illinois and had always had a fascination with butterflies, beginning with the cabbage whites, black swallowtails and silk moths he found while growing up on his father’s farm.

He moved to Florida in 1968, and after retiring from a successful career as an electrical engineer, he decided to actively pursue his interest in butterflies, beginning by raising local butterflies and butterfly food plants in small numbers at his home.

When he learned there was a market for “farmed” butterflies for sale to Universities and Zoos, Boender established MetaScience Co., a commercial butterfly farm, in 1984. The staff at MetaScience produced up to 1000 butterfly pupa per week, and established methods of butterfly rearing that are still in use at Butterfly World.
 

Opening day was March 28, 1988, with Butterfly World encompassing 3 acres of butterfly aviaries, botanical gardens and the working butterfly farm and research center that Boender had worked years to establish. In the years that have followed, the park has expanded to include the 2 additional aviaries for a rainbow of birds and hummingbirds, an interactive lorikeet encounter, as well as a skilled aviculture care and research staff to support these endeavors.

 

Request Information On This Manufactured and Modular Home Center

Visit Us: www.carefreecommunities.com/mh-communities/55-active-adult/florida/tallowwood-isle

Contact Us: tallowwood@suncommunities.com