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Announcing the North Pasco RV Resort

PASCO COUNTY, FL - Nestled in the rolling hills of North Pasco County, along the scenic banks of Moody Lake, lies a new project set to transform 131 acres of former citrus groves into a luxury lakeside RV resort. This prime location, bordered by Interstate 75, Lake Iola Road, and Moody Lake, is perfectly suited for an upscale RV destination catering to nature enthusiasts and travelers.



With the recreational vehicle (RV) industry booming, especially in Florida, this new resort aims to attract a diverse group of visitors, including retirees, working professionals, and millennials, all seeking outdoor adventures and luxury accommodations. The resort will offer modern amenities while complementing the natural beauty and attractions of the surrounding area.



Resort Features

The North Pasco RV Resort will feature 550 RV sites equipped with full hookups for cable, electricity, water, and wastewater. Vacation rental options will include Airstreams, yurts, and resort cottages, all designed with Old Florida charm.


Key amenities will include:

  • An 18,000-square-foot main lodge with an open-air deck

  • A 3,000-square-foot clubhouse with laundry facilities and gathering areas

  • Two swimming pool areas: a resort-style pool with cabanas and a lap pool with a spa

  • A central sports complex with pickleball, tennis, and basketball courts

  • An open-air lawn for special events

  • A sundry shop for convenient grab-and-go items

  • Multiple playgrounds and dog parks

  • The Lake Moody Nature Center with a fishing pier and watercraft launch

  • A 1.5-mile multi-use nature walk



Environmental and Community Benefits

The resort's design incorporates environmentally friendly features, including a landscaped buffer along Lake Iola Road, native and drought-tolerant plantings, and energy-efficient LED lighting to minimize light pollution. A state-of-the-art wastewater treatment plant will ensure water quality and support irrigation needs.

The project promises significant economic benefits for the local community, with an estimated annual economic impact of $15.7 million, including $7.8 million in taxable revenue. The resort will also generate approximately $65,000 in annual real estate taxes upon completion.


Timeline and Approval Process

The development plans require changes to Pasco County’s Comprehensive Plan and Zoning, with public hearings anticipated this summer. If approved, construction is expected to begin within the next three years.


For more information and updates on the North Pasco RV Resort, visit Wesley Chapel Community or follow us on FacebookX, and Instagram.

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The only people who wanted this ridiculous project were the friends and family members of the Pasco BOCC who stood to make a profit on the rezoning and sale of the property. Pretty certain anyone who lives near or has occasion to travel the lovely area of Lake Iola and its environs are NOT happy. I cannot imagine the mayhem that will be created by introducing a stream of recreational vehicles on this narrow two lane road. Yet one more ugly project approved by Pasco BOCC with no infrastructure to support it. Please vote these people out!

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Blake
Blake
5 days ago

The RV park NOT•1•PASCOAN supported, advocated for, or wanted. Awesome.

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