About Us
video courtesy of Russ Thomas
Today, the Nature Coast Landings RV Resort Association, Incorporated, is a privately owned resort boasting 239 individual lots, two community buildings, a private laundry, propane services and several other amenities. Nature Coast Landings RV Resort Association, Incorporated, is a cooperative property which is defined as a multi-unit residential development where each resident has ownership in the entire development by virtue of a share or certificate in the corporation that owns the development.  The resident has the right to occupy a particular unit by virtue of a lease between the owner and the corporation.
Amenities include high speed fiber optic internet service to each lot, a screened in and heated swimming pool, fitness center, dog run, bocce ball court, game room, two community use kitchens, bathrooms with shower facilitates in both clubhouse buildings and many organized activities. 
Nature Coast Landings history begins when the site plan permit was issued in March 1998 and the clubhouse building permit in October 1999.  Initially there were three Associations to the park, the Master Association, the Storage Association, and the Campground Association.  The Resort Association officially incorporated September 18, 2003 and the original three associations merged into the one Resort Association and is how NCL is organized still today.  On October 31, 2008 the Resort opened the current expanded laundry room and the certificate of occupancy was issued for Friendship Hall on November 3, 2008.  On July 18, 2011 the NCL Board of Directors voted to accept the original developer's settlement proposal and gained complete control of the resort. 
A longstanding source of pride at NCL are our award-winning water and wastewater treatment plants. NCL has been awarded the prestigious Facility of the Year award in the small facility category multiple times. This award is granted by Florida Rural Water Association (FRWA) and supported by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection and the Florida Department of Health. The small facility category includes all facilities that have up to 3,000 connections. 
In 2017, NCL was named Small Facility of the Year for both the water and wastewater plants. In 2019, NCL's wastewater plant was chosen as the Small Facility of the Year. Most recently, at the 2023 Focus on Change seminar, NCL was designated yet again as the Small Wastewater Facility of the Year. We are honored by FRWA's recognition of our continued efforts and dedication to the safety of our community. We take seriously our commitment to doing our part to keep Florida waterways clean and safe. Our systems are exceedingly clean and reliable and experts and operators throughout the state use our facilities as the benchmark for which to reach.