A town of shady rivers, scenic coastline, and culture, Pasco County has more than enough natural beauty to share. Take a drive through the kumquat groves and rolling hills that give Pasco its personality. With plenty of parks and picnic areas, you can enjoy an afternoon lunch in the breezy Florida weather or a hike along one of the many trails. As you venture further North, stop in at the St. Leo Abby founded in 1889 by Benedictine Monks and the nearby Grotto, an outdoor chapel peacefully residing among towering trees in a serene atmosphere.

Where is it?
Located on the Gulf of Mexico in the Tampa Bay area.

Who can I contact for more info?

Diane W. Jones, MPA, APR
Tourism Information Coordinator
Pasco County Tourism Development Office
7530 Little Road
New Port Richey, FL 34654
(727) 847-8129 office
(727) 847-8021 fax

For more information about Pasco county please vist www.visitpasco.net

State Parks
• Withlacoochee State Trail

Other Parks
Anclote River Park and Anclote Gulf Park
John S. Burks Memorial Park
Crews Lake Park
Arthur F. Engle Park
Robert K. Rees Memorial Park
Hudson Beach Park
Moon Lake Park
Shady Hills Community Center
Sims Park
Starkey Wilderness Park
Withlacoochee River Park
Veterans Memorial Park

• Anclote Island Preserve
Anclote River Park
Hudson Beach
Moon Lake Park
Robert K. Rees Memorial Park
Withlacoochee State Trail

• Aripeka - Scenic & Historic Fishing Village
• J.B. Starkey Flatwoods Adventure
• Pioneer Florida Museum

• Country Aire Estates
• Florida Campland
• Fay's RV Park
• Holiday Travel Park
• Hudson Hollow RV Park
• Ja-Mar Travel Trailer Park
• Lakewood Travel Park
• Oak Springs
• Orchid Lake Travel Trailer Park
• Seven Springs Travel Park
• Sundance Lakes Travel Resort Park
• Withlacoochee RV Park & Canoe Rentals

Driving Tour
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