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Anclote Key State Park
This is a boat in only facility
GPS 28° 09'55.70" N 82° 50'25.47" W
( Dock at southern end of Anclote Key )
NO POTABLE water at this park!! Bring plenty of water with you. Compost toilets are at the northern and southern ends ( picnic area ). From the dock at the southern side it is about an 1800 foot walk to the lighthouse.
Werner Boyce Salt Springs State Park
8737 US Highway 19 North
Port Richey, Florida 34668
Small fees paid via honor at scenic and main gates.
GPS 28° 18'26.42" N 82° 42'18.25" W
( Entrance to park )
Amenities at this park are very limited, fishing is possible with determination from the land base. Self composting toilet at entrance area. Most visitors to this park access it by boating or paddling here.
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|National and State Parks in Pasco County Florida|
|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.|