Royale Oak Villages were established in 1995 and 1996, located in New Port Richey, in the South West corner of Pasco County, Florida.
Royal Oaks Village I Homeowners Association, Inc. Consists of 87 Villas, 68 of which were built by U.S. Homes, and 19 built by Cooper Homes.
Royale Oak II Homeowners Association, Inc. consists of 42 Villas in 21 buildings, which were built by Regency Homes.
Both Associations are part of a larger Master Association called Timber Greens Community Association, Inc., which consists of 784 homes total. All are established as a +55 community by HUD and no one under 18 can live there. The Master Association owns and operates an 18 hole Golf Course which meanders throughout the whole community. We also have a 11,983 sqft Clubhouse containing a Golf Pro Shop, a 19th hole Bar and Grill, seating for 250 in the main hall with a stage, a separate Card Room, Library, and an Arts & Crafts room.
The Residents, besides enjoying the game of golf, have several other amenities, an Exercise Room, Tennis Courts, Bocce Ball Court, Pickle Ball Courts, and a very large swimming pool. Some of these sports have structured leagues.
We have a General Manager and about 50 employees who consistently strive to make our retirement experience an enjoyable one. The Manager reports to a 5 member Board of Directors with numerous committees.
The next two pages of this Web Site show the various governing documents established by the builders and lodged with the state of Florida. There are also meeting agendas and minutes, newsletters, and the current members of the Board of Directors of Royale Oaks I & II. .
Royale Oak Villages are located in New Port Richey, in the South West corner of Pasco County, Florida.
We have an 18 hole Golf Course designed by Ron Garl. It’s a par 71, 6133 yards, well maintained track of beautiful green grass. Lots of water, sand traps, and fast greens to challenge all levels of golfers. Practice putting green and hitting nets are available. It is open to the public for tee times not taken by Residents
PLEASE PARK YOUR CAR ON THE STREET AND NOT ON THE GRASS DRIVING AND PARKING ON THE GRASS WILL KILL THE TURF AND POSSIBLY BREAK OFF SPRINKLER HEADS.