The City of New Port Richey is a suburb of Tampa, St. Petersburg, and Clearwater, and is located on the west coast of Pasco County, with direct access to the Gulf of Mexico and Florida’s best beaches.
Visit Exciting New Port Richey
Considered a hotspot of the rich and famous, New Port Richey has become an adventure mecca. This thrilling city is located on the southern coast of Pasco County which combines the relaxing beauty of the Cotee River with the excitement and glamour of the Roaring 20s. New Port Richey has 10 parks within its 4 square miles including 3 dog-friendly parks and several others nestled along the banks of the Pithlachascotee River that flows through the city.
The city-owned parks contain recreational amenities, pavilions, playgrounds, trails, kayak slips, and boat launches. The area’s Parks and Rec oversees a full range of classes, leagues, and events throughout the year, and offers a state-of-the art, 35,000 square foot recreation center with 4 pools, tennis courts, an outdoor skate park, event rooms, and a gymnasium.
28 miles south on State Route 301, you’ll find Tampa—a vibrant, diverse city reminiscent of the early immigrants of Spain, Cuba, and Italy. If you crave adventure, cultural arts and performances and the best Cuban food around, you’ll love living near Tampa!