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Do you want your next vacation to be someplace exotic, fun, exciting and affordable? Do you want to relax in paradise without having to travel too far from the comforts of home? Plan to book an RV in New Port Richey, Florida for your next trip. The city is home to 10 public parks that are beautiful and well kept. You’ll also find the modern Recreation and Aquatic Center in New Port Richey. The city rests along the Pithlachascotee River, a popular waterway for fishing, boating and paddling. There’s a good chance you’ll get to see some dolphins or manatee while you’re on the water, plus the banks are rife with waterfowl and other native creatures. Take the New Port Richey motorhome rental out for a drive along the coast for about 50 miles to Saint Petersburg or go inland less than 40 miles to Tampa.

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The Great Outdoors

When you’ve got a New Port Richey RV rental, you’re just a few minutes away from natural wonders and tropical getaways. The James E. Grey Preserve is a popular place to explore. The riverfront preserve stretches across 80 acres and protects swamps and uplands. There are several trails to explore and lots of wildlife to see. Another pretty place to spend an hour or a few is Robert K Rees Memorial Park. The park is right on the Gulf of Mexico. Take a stroll down the boardwalk as it winds through wetlands and mangroves. Trek to the top of the two-deck observation tower for a chance to get a glimpse of dolphins, enjoy the sea breeze and take in stunning views of the ocean. The park is also a popular destination for swimming, paddling, boating and fishing.

Only accessible by boat, Anclote Key Preserve State Park is a specially protected chain of four islands. More than 40 species of birds call the park home. It’s a popular birding destination, with birds like bald eagles, piping plovers and the American oystercatcher. Explore the lighthouse at the southern end of the island that was built in 1887. The beaches of the park are excellent for swimming, sunbathing and snorkeling.

If you want to do some camping in your New Port Richey rental motorhome, head over to Jay B. Starkey Wilderness Park. The park encompasses more than 8,300 acres. There are trails for hikers, bikers and horseback riders. Joggers and rollerbladers will enjoy the paved paths through the park. There are playgrounds for kids to enjoy, plus volleyball courts and horseshoe pits for guests to play on.

RV Parks

There’s no shortage of places to stay with your camper rental near New Port Richey. Orchid Lake RV Resort is designed for visitors 55 years or older, and does not allow dogs. If you fit the criteria, it’s nice place to spend your downtime. Guests are welcome to take a dip in the heated pool or play some yard games. The campsites have full hookups and are spacious. Plus you’ll have access to WiFi if you stay here.

Seven Springs Travel Park is another popular choice. Bring the New Port Richey camper rental and stay for a night or a few; there is a swimming pool, clubhouse and games for guests to enjoy including bocce ball, billiards, horseshoes and shuffleboard. There are also ponds for fishing and plenty of room to relax. Plus, the park is close to many popular attractions as well as a Walmart and a Target.

Suncoast RV Resort is another place to stay in the New Port Richey rental RV. The park is centered around fun, sun and relaxation. The campsites have full hookups and most can accommodate large trailers and oversized motorhomes. The park is well maintained and features modern amenities. Spots fill up fast so booking ahead and early is recommended.

On the north side of town, you’ll find Sundance Lakes RV Resort. It’s an excellent place to bring your camper rental in New Port Richey. The park boasts four lakes for fishing that are clear and spring-fed. Relax on the sun deck or take a dip in the pool. There are yard games to play and a clubhouse to enjoy. Plus the park is central to many popular area attractions, marinas and golf courses.

Exploring the City

There’s beauty, excitement and adventure all around New Port Richey. To get a good look at some fascinating marine creatures, check out the Florida Aquarium. For land animals, head over to Zoo Tampa. If you’re a big cat lover then you’ve got to visit the Big Cat Reserve. There is a giraffe feeding station and a waterpark.

For thrills and chills, spend the day at Adventure Island. Explore the Historic Sponge Docks just outside of Tarpon Springs. There are lots of museums and galleries to peruse in the area. For live music or a show, you can check out the theaters and entertainment venues all around. The New Port Richey area is home to many delicious restaurants, lively pubs and a few breweries. The city is right on the coast, so you’ll only be a few minutes from the beach and excellent snorkeling, scuba diving and surfing opportunities. Make your next vacation one that’s unforgettable with an RV rental in New Port Richey.

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