The Concourse Council, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the development of educational, recreational, cultural, and entertainment services for the residents of Pasco county, the Nature coast, Tampa Bay and visitors to Florida. With 216 acres of wetlands,uplands, wooded areas,and open grasslands, The Concourse is home to a wide variety of Florida's ecology as well as plant and animal life.
The property's 216 acres is also available to host a wide variety of events including: concerts, plays, weddings, family reunions, birthday parties, organizational rallies and cultural events such as arts and crafts fairs, music festivals, Civil War reenactments, and fundraiser’s.
The Concourse is also host to Pasco Safety Town, a realistic six-acre, child-sized town, designed to provide complete hands-on safety education for school children ages 5-8. The town has paved streets, working traffic signals, miniature buildings and even a railroad crossing. This was all created to be educational and exciting, as well as authentic for the kids.
The Rotary Pavilion was added to The Concourse property in 2004 by the efforts of The Concourse and the New Port Richey Rotary Club. The Pavilion is a beautiful,covered,open sided 10,000 square foot arena available for rental to the public, service clubs, civic groups, non-profit and for profit organizations.
Future goals include a multi-purpose arena, updated nature trails, including overlooks of our beautiful wetlands, and performance concerts at The Concourse Rotary Pavilion.