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Port Richey Florida Homes For Sale

In 1883, Aaron M. Richey arrived from St. Joseph, Missouri, and settled near the mouth of the Pithlachascotee River. Port Richey is south of Hudson and north of New Port Richey.

Things to visit while in Port Richey

Werner-Boyce Salt Springs State Park-It’s a saltwater marsh

Robert K Rees Memorial Park-45-acre beachfront



Schools

 

Chasco Elementary School

Gulf High School

Booker T Washington School

Energy and Marine Center

Fox Hollow Elementary School

Chasco Middle School

 
 

Known as the “City by the River”, Port Richey has a longer history than its sibling city New Port Richey.  They city offers a vast array of family-friendly activities despite its relatively small size and population.