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Anclote Gulf Park Fishing Pier
Park is 1.2 miles further north on;
Baillies Bluff Road from Anclote River Park.
Fishing pier is open 24 hours 7 days a week.
Other areas in park open Dawn to Dusk.
Small parking fee applies at this park via an honor box system ( near the dog park ).
GPS 28° 11'33.42" N 82° 47'05.98" W
( Entrance off Baillies Bluff Rd )
GPS 28° 11'32.71" N 82° 47'15.49" W
( Foot of pier )
NOAA Anclote River, FL 8726924
Operated by Pasco County Anclote Gulf Park is 23 acres in size and offers; Fishing pier which is 500 feet in length with a platform area at the end, picnic pavilions, hand launch area, playground and restrooms.
Eagle Point Park Fishing Piers
Closest intersection is;
Trouble Creek Road & Rustic Drive
Beacon Square, FL 34652
The park entrance is 3/10ths of a mile west on
Trouble Creek Road from the above intersection, at the 90° bend.
Small parking fee applies at this park via an honor box system.
Open 7 days a week from dawn to dusk
GPS 28° 13'26.44" N 82° 44'53.55" W
( Entrance )
The Eagle Point fishing site sits on 17 acres and offers; fishing pier / dock, picnic pavilions, hand launching of canoes and kayaks, playground & restrooms.
James Grey Nature Preserve Fishing Pier
6938 Plathe Road
New Port Richey, FL
GPS 28° 14'19.85" N 82° 41'56.86" W
( Park entrance )
NOAA Middle Pithlachascotee River, FL 8727001
The James Grey Nature Preserve fishing pier is at the headwaters of the Pithlachascotee River. The Preserve aslo offers a kayak launch, playground and 4 shade structures with tables and grills. They ask that no pets be brought into the Preserve.
Port Richey Waterfront Park Fishing Pier
8119 Old Post Road
Port Richey, FL 34673
GPS 28° 16'30.93" N 82° 43'25.83" W
( Entrance )
GPS 28° 16'29.21" N 82° 43'33.36" W
( Foot of pier )
NOAA Pithlachascotee River, FL 8727012
The Port Richey Waterfront Park offers; Fishing pier 200 feet in length with a 30 foot "T" at the end, over waters of the Pithlachascotee River and Millers Bayou, pavilion, restrooms and playground.
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|Areas in Pasco County Florida include; Aripeka, Bayonet Point, Beacon Square, Connerton, Crystal Springs, Dade City, Dade City North, Elfers, Heritage Pines, Holiday, Hudson, Jasmine Estates, Key Vista, Lacoochee, Land O' Lakes, Meadow Oaks, Moon Lake New Port Richey, New Port Richey East, Odessa, Pasadena Hills, Port Richey, Quail Ridge, River Ridge, San Antonio, Shady Hills, St. Leo, Trinity, Trilby, Wesley Chapel, Zephyrhills, Zephyrhills North, Zephyrhills South and Zephyrhills West.|
|Areas of Salt and Brackish Water Pasco County Florida include; Anclote River, Ben Pilot Creek, Big Bayou, Cross Bayou, Cow Creek, Double Hammock Creek, Fillmans Creek, Gulf of Mexico, Hammock Creek, Hope Bayou, Hudson Creek, Lighter Bayou, Long Grassy Creek, Millers Bayou, Oyster Creek, Pithlachascotee River, Pound Neck Creek, Rocky Creek, Salt Springs Run, Sand Bay & Sponge Crawl Creek.|