Aripeka West

About Us

Aripeka West Mobile Home & RV Park
9230 Elmira Avenue
PO Box 222
Aripeka, Florida 34679

Looking for a great little place to go RV'ing?  Whether you are looking for a place just to spend the night on your way to your final destination, looking for a little weekend camping experience or looking for a place to spend the winter where it is warm, Aripeka West could be just that place!  We offer affordable daily, weekly and monthly rates in a park like setting with a rural feel that is just minutes from restaurants, shopping and local attractions.

Our nearby Florida State Parks offer an abundance of activities, from Weeki Wacj, the home of the Real Live Mermaids and Buccaneer Bay Water Park to Homosassa State Wildlife Refuge, where you can swim with the Manatees to Honeymoon Island State Park where you can relax on a pristine beach, swim in the warm Gulf or if shelling is something you like there are an abundance of pretty shells to be found.

We are located with in walking distance of the Gulf Of Mexico where magnificent sunsets happen daily, no two are ever the same.  

Our little Bay

Our tiny town straddles the Pasco/Hernando county line, and Aripeka West is on the Pasco County side of town.  The county line is at the South Hammock Creek Bridge.

A turn north when you leave the park will take you over two bridges where you will find beautiful views of the Gulf of Mexico.  On nice days there will be folks fishing from the bridges.  Springs to the east of the bridge send fresh water flowing under the bridge and on into the Gulf.
Continuing your drive over the bridge will take you past Norfleet's, our General Store where you can purchase most anything you could want.  From rod and reel and bait and tackle to bread and milk, from take and bake frozen pizza to your souvenir Aripeka tee-shirt, Norfleet's has it all!

  Continuing your drive along the coastal highway will see the grassy marshland that is home to hundreds of species of baby fish to keep them safe from predators and well fed while they grow.

 Traveling along the road you will see a dock damaged in a storm long ago, it makes a great picture with the beautiful back drop of the marshlands and the little fishing cabin.

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