Anclote River Park

Location

1119 Baillies Bluff Rd.
Holiday, FL 34691
(727) 938-2598 Maintenance Office

Hours of Operation

Open 7 days a week from dawn to dusk; Boat trailer overnight parking is open 24 hours

Park Information

This beautiful and serene park setting offers 300' of swimming area on the Gulf of Mexico and picnic areas, playgrounds, designated fishing and boating area, large boat ramp and the park is known for its Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail.

This is a great place to bask in the sun, take a swim, cast a line and do some fishing, or launch your boat and set sail for a day on the Gulf.  Keep your eyes open for the dolphins, fish, crabs and sea turtles passing by. Follow the channel out and head south toward Anclote Key Island. View the Anclote Key Preserve State Park website.

Amenities

  • 31 Acres
  • Canoe/Kayak Access
  • Swimming - Gulf Access
  • Volleyball Court
  • Picnic Area/Shelters/Pavilions
  • Horseshoe Pits
  • Boat Ramp/Dock
  • Playground
  • Historical Marker
  • Fishing Access
  • Open Space
  • Restrooms

Reservations

View the online reservations webpage

Payment Options: 

  1. Pay with credit card online (Convenience fee will apply)
  2. Reserve and pay at one of the following three sites with check, cash or credit card (Convenience fee will apply) :

We do not take reservations for weekends, it is on a first come first serve basis.

Boat Permits

Annual Boat Permits are available for $50.00 (Pasco County Residents) and can only be purchased at the following sites:

You will need your Driver License, license plate number of the vehicle towing the boat and your payment in cash, check or credit card.

Fees

There is a $5.00 per day boat launch fee. You can park overnight at the boat ramp for up to a maximum of 10 days. Use exact change at the boat parking pay machine to avoid being overcharged, as it will not provide any change, however, you can also use a credit card.

Lifeguards

Lifeguards are on duty daily from the hours of 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. from May 25, 2019 to September 2,, 2019. Lifeguard operations may change if there is severe weather or beach closure. Swimming is permitted from sunrise to sunset. However, please be aware if you choose to swim at these times, you are swimming at your own risk.