Located in west-central Pasco County, New Port Richey encompasses a total area of 4.6 miles. The Gulf of Mexico coastline borders the west side of the city, and the Pithlachascotee River runs through the city’s heart. New Port Richey is considered part of the Tampa Bay area, a popular tourist destination with major attractions, recreation, sports, and culture.
New Port Richey’s geography blends nature, beaches, and great shopping with restaurants, culture and business - all with a small-town feel. Major attractions are located nearby. New Port Richey is rich in history, and alive with festivals and special events.
Learn about the rich, yet much neglected history of colonization in the US southeast in the 16th Century.
The Jay B. Starkey Wilderness Park is a wonderful for biking, hiking and nature trails. Bring your four-legged friends.
Visit Anclote Island and take in the beautiful water, sand, and watched the dolphins feed. Rent a boat and enjoy the day.
Zen Forest Chinese- Featuring critically acclaimed Chef Victor Wang, he brings this variety to you for walk-in dining, or convenient carry-out.
Paradise can be found in New Port Richey. Rent a boat, kayak or seadoo for the day and enjoy the West Coast of Florida
The Fish Guy- Jim and Rich are the father and son team behind the 'Fish Guy'. Customer service is the top priority at the 'Fish Guy'.
Caposey's Whole Works Restaurant- A family owned, home cooked, like mom use to make experience featuring fresh daily soups along with buttermilk pancakes and grits.
The Leaning Tower of Pizza- You are like family when you are at the Leaning Tower of Pizza
Central Park Family Restaurant- Originally from New York City, we have served millions the great taste of New York cooking here in Florida.
The Toast- This wonderfully unique restaurant has a great menu and is always a favorite places to meet for breakfast or lunch.