Cotee River Park
Cotee River Park in New Port Richey is a linear park along the east bank of the Pithlachascotee River in New Port Richey. It occupies the space between the river and Grand Boulevard. Beginning just a short distance north of the downtown district, it could well be referred to as New Port Richey's riverwalk. Stretching for about a third of a mile, it spans from Virginia Avenue to Massachusetts Avenue.

The paved sidewalk hugs the seawall and offers scenic views along the Cotee River ... riverfront homes, boaters, kayakers, and if your lucky maybe even a manatee or dolphin. For obvious reasons, Cotee River Park is popular with fishermen - as can be seen in our Quick Tour video above. Numerous benches and picnic tables are available along its length. Six shelters with picnic tables offer great locations for small get togethers and birthday parties. They are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Each of the properties on the east side of Grand Boulevard has access to the river, and many of them have floating docks accessible from Cotee River Park. These docks are private property for use only by the property owners.Activities & Facilities
Picnic shelterDogs allowedShort hiking trailsPaved bike trailsFishing

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