Pasco County
Grand Valley-Pasco
County of West Pasco
Florida's Gulf Coast
West Pasco

West Pasco County is an active community of cities, surrounded by beauty. It is a county filled with southern charm and hospitality. The 2007 US Census Bureau estimates the population of this county at 462,715. It is the 38th fastest growing county in the U.S. On the northern most border of the county resides Aripeka, a quiet fishing village. Residents enjoy fishing and boating in the town’s many inlets and bayous. Just below Aripeka, where homes line the Gulf Coast, lies the city of Hudson. Port Richey and New Port Richey are located south of Hudson, and are the earliest settled towns on Florida’s Gulf Coast. The Port of Richey has more waterfront than any other city or town in Pasco. And New Port Richey is the only city along the West Pasco coast with a growing downtown business district and unique retail shops.

West Pasco County is home to excellent Medical Care facilities, and is rich in entertainment venues and cultural value. Major highway accesses include: Interstate 75, US 19, Interstate 275, Suncoast Parkway, and SR 589. A few of the recreational areas include Hudson Beach, The New Port Richey Recreation & Aquatic Center, Veterans Memorial Park, Jay Starkey Preserve, and Werner-Boyce Salt Springs. In West Pasco, you’ll find residents kayaking, canoeing, sailing, power boating, jet skiing, fishing, and golfing. In New Port Richey, Grand Valley’s community is one of the lowest -cost retirement communities in the county. The county is currently a growth leader for the entire state of Florida!


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