Winter Quarters Pasco RV Resort

21632 State Road 54 Lutz FL 33549

Call 877-570-2267

I-75 exit 275, go West 4.7 miles, Resort is on the left.


It's the perfect gateway for accessing the best of Tampa's attractions and beauty. Our splendid resort is located just north of Tampa, giving you passage to all of the region's great attractions and activities. Beautiful surroundings beckon you to relax. Our friendly staff is ready to serve you. So come stay and play!

Services & Amenities:

Within Facility
  • Clubhouse
  • Dump Station
  • Fishing Lake
  • Propane
  • Swimming Pool
Nearby Area
  • Fishing

Campground Features:
Beautiful Landscaping
Billiard Room
Dog Run
Dump Station
Fishing Lake
Fishing Pier
Lighted Streets
Mail Center
Modem Hook-up
Pets Welcome
Phone Hook up available
Recreation Hall
Shuffleboard Courts
Private Mail Boxes
Heated Pool/Hot Tub
Horse Shoe Pits
Casino nearby
Outdoor Heated Pool

Resort Activities:

Activities Director
Arts & Crafts
Bingo/Card Playing
Church Service
Co-ed Water Aerobics
Planned Activities
Weekly Potlucks
Sightseeing Tours
Red Hat Society

Getting There: Winter Quarters Pasco RV Resort
21632 State Road 54
Lutz FL 33549

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
28.18806, -82.45694

From I-75
I-75 exit 275, go West 4.7 miles, Resort is on the left.


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