This club is only about 4 miles away from Fisherman’s Cove 55+ community. With two amazing golf courses as well as amenities and services, all visitors can fulfill their desires. At this location, you are able to be close enough to major cities, such as Tampa and Orlando, but far enough to be submerged in the relaxed atmosphere of Dade City, Florida. Both the South and North courses were designed with professional tour quality in mind. Interwoven through lakes, ponds, valleys, hills, and lush vegetation, make Lake Jovita a premier golfing destination. Their golf amenities include a highly rated Golf Shop (Top 100 in America by “Golf Business World”) and a world-class fifteen-acre practice facility with bunkers, a chipping area, a one-acre putting green, and a separate practice facility for private lessons.

Clubhouse

The Clubhouse’s Fitness Center features the latest technology and a comforting atmosphere for your workouts. The fitness center also includes Pickle ball courts, a playground, track and basketball courts, and an abundance of outdoor exercising throughout the community. The Junior Olympic lanes of the large swimming pool and club complete the sporting paradise.

Lake Jovita

At Lake Jovita, you can enjoy the fine dining at the Club, event-ready spaces, many community groups and organizations, parks for both people and pets, and refreshing wide-open spaces. In addition to consisting of the best golf course in the area, Lake Jovita features an amazing clay tennis court. Its overhead lighting allows for excellent visibility at night. Professional instructors are on site and a wide range of private or group lessons for kids and adults are available. Only a 10 minute drive from Fisherman’s Cove, schedule a visit today to include a golf match or services tour.


The Pioneer Florida Museum is just about 6 miles away from Fisherman’s Cove 55+ community. In other words, it only takes about a 15 minute drive for a quick visit. The Pioneer Florida Museum hopes to show that the men and women who were here before us, struggled, sometimes won and sometimes lost their battles with nature. In essence, they were people much like us.

Museum History

In 1961, a prominent citizen of San Antonio, Florida, offered a variety of old farm equipment to the Pasco County Fair Association. The Association accepted 37 vehicles and tools of yesteryear. This gift provided the incentive for forming the Pioneer Florida Museum Association with 87 Charter Members. The main Museum is housed in a 50′ by 100′ steel building, which features a wide rustic front porch. Also on the grounds stands the restored Overstreet House, a one-room school house from Lacoochee, a church from Enterprise, the Trilby depot, and a train engine. The 16 beautiful wooded acres were a gift from a Museum Association Charter Member. The Association has established a Museum that recalls the basic, simple values of our forebears, asserts the dignity of labor, and emphasizes the value of craftsmanship.

Gift Shop

The Pioneer Florida Museum Gift Shop is open Tuesday thru Saturday during regular museum hours. Visitors are welcomed by an exciting variety of old-fashioned children’s toys, commemorative souvenirs such as coffee mugs, bonnets, as well as novelty candies, Cane Syrup, and a collection of unique Florida inspired books.


Pasco County operates this regional park near the Withlacoochee River. The District provides the county with the use of 146 acres of the Green Swamp to accommodate riverfront access for the canoe launch, dock and 1.5 miles of hiking trails. The Withlacoochee River Park offers visitors access to a wild and scenic portion of the river and a mosaic of habitat communities, from high sandhills to low riverine swamp.

Park Amenities

  • 406 Acres
  • Fishing Access / Pier / Dock / Boardwalk
  • Picnic Area / Shelters / Pavilion
  • Observation Tower
  • Playground / Restrooms
  • Canoe / Kayak Access
  • Trails (Nature and All-Purpose Paved)
  • Camping / RV Area
  • Open Space

Fishing & Boating

The park includes a canoe/kayak dock right on the Withlacoochee River where you can launch your canoe or kayak or cast a line from the pier and go fishing. The annual Fall Family Fishing Festival is held at the park in the beginning of November where you can get fishing tips, learn how to cast, meet others that have the same interest and we also provide lunch and door prizes. It’s an event the whole family can enjoy. Fishing is permitted along the river. You have to be 16 years old and above as well as have a valid Florida fishing license to participate.