Visions of transforming the City of Port Richey’s 13-acre Waterfront Park into a regional eco-tourism hub and a centerpiece to promote future redevelopment efforts within the City and west Pasco County, FL, are taking shape after the City’s Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) approved the Waterfront Park Master Plan. Completed by Wade Trim, with assistance from PlaceMaker Design Studio, ArrowCreek AgriEcologists, and Wannemacher Jensen Architects, the Plan outlines numerous recommended park improvements, to be implemented in phases, as well as potential funding sources. Improvements will include new trails and a boardwalk, a universally accessible playground and a welcome plaza with a new pavilion and restrooms. The park’s pier and kayak launch are also being considered for improvements. The public has taken an active role in the project, providing input on design to make sure the park enhancements reflect the interests of the community.