The Reserve at Grand Valley has so many great amenities you’ll never have to leave, but if you get the itch to try something new there are many attractions nearby. From quiet secluded beaches to the famous Disney World. Learn more about what’s around and find your favorite.
Whether you want to hop on over to the popular beaches of Florida or find a secluded beach away from all the buzz, we’re a short drive away. For more populated beaches, only a short 45 minutes drive away, try:
If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the crowd and stay even closer, head over to:
More Fun In The Sun!
Whether you are looking for something fun to do with your loved ones or take the grandchildren when they come around, we are close to some of the most desired destinations in Florida. Try something new or find a favorite!
You can head out just a little further, only about 45 minutes away, to some of the most popular attractions in the country!
Don’t forget the best of them all just two hours away in Orlando, Florida - DISNEY WORLD, Universal Studios, MGM or Blizzard Island! Whether it is your first time or you want to experience the wonders of Disney, this is something no one should miss.
There are over 174 restaurants in and around New Port Richey. All the different types of cuisine can be found such as Italian, Greek, American, Asian, Polish, etc. All major chains such as Applebee’s, Olive Garden, Ruby Tuesdays, Bone Fish etc. can be found near The Reserve. Great local favorites include: Mediterranean Grill, Joey’s New York Pizzeria and Italian Rest., Tai Bistro, The Toast, and the Penguin Pretzel Factory.
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New Port Richey
New Port Richey’s charming downtown area features lively annual festivals and offers unique theaters, specialty stores, and restaurants. Close by you’ll find endless shopping, dining, and medical facilities complemented by the Gulf View Square Mall. Further, but not too far, an array of regional treats awaits with all the Tampa Bay Area has to offer. The boating, fishing and attractions of the Gulf beaches are second to none. And if you are up for a little excitement, Tampa is home to 3 major league teams (Buccaneers, Rays, and Lightning) and The Seminole Hard Rock Casino.
The Reserve at Grand Valley is a great community to enjoy bicycling. For those who are more adventurous, just a short distance away, riders can enjoy the many bicycle trails in and around the town of New Port Richey.
To learn more about New Port Richey, Fl, the quaint, southern city, visit the 'City of New Port Richey’s' website. We liked it and we think you will too.
West Pasco County
Bordered by the Gulf Coast of Florida, West Pasco County is an active community of cities, surrounded by beauty. 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, lie the cities of Hudson. Port Richey and New Port Richey, located south of Hudson, are the earliest settled towns on Florida’s Gulf Coast. Port 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, The Reserve at Grand Valley 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! For more information navigate to the Chamber of Commerce icon we've provided elsewhere on this page.