Anclote Village Marina

Resources to Plan Your Trip

Calling all sun seekers, fishing fanatics, and vibrant-mangrove-green-and-rippling-coastal-blue Anclote adventurers:

An unforgettable experience awaits at Anclote Village Marina, your warm-breezed gateway to the Gulf. Our website is packed with resources to simplify your trip planning. These resources help make planning your next trip easy and convenient with links to the islands, wildlife, and history at Anclote Village. Whether your interest is in fishing or shopping in Tarpon Springs – we hope to provide an immersive view of life in our nook of the Florida Gulf Coast.

The natural playground of Tarpon Springs

The Tarpon Springs and Holiday communities surrounding Anclote Village are filled with choices for visitors with every taste: Anclote Key Preserve State Park for the nature lover, the sunswept beaches for the beachgoer, and the teeming waters of the Gulf where anglers fight 150-pound tarpon. Those who wish to stay right in and around Anclote Village can explore the charming streets of Dunedin and quaint (and delicious) dining experiences like Miss Vicki’s On The River.

Your complete Tarpon Springs experience starts right here. Explore each of our resource pages in the drop-down for nuanced information about the surrounding beaches, the wonderful destination of Tarpon Springs, and our marine life and fauna that brings hikers and birdwatchers from all over the country.

Area resource links

Explore the local resource links below to gain a better understanding of Tarpon Springs attractions and things to do in Dunedin, Holiday, and Anclote Village. If there is a link you would like to share on this page with our marina community, please email us and we will review it for addition to our site!​

The Anclote Key Preserve State Park

Three miles from Tarpon Springs off the coast is a long string of island terrain and a group of four islands that make up the nearly 12,000-acre nature preserve. The park is home to more than 40 species of birds and exotic wildlife, and includes the historic Anclote Key Lighthouse.

The Anclote Key Lighthouse

On the southern tip of Anclote Key about three miles off the coast of Tarpon Springs, the Anclote Key Lighthouse rests as a rust-red maritime icon of coastal history. Built in 1887 and restored in 2003, the lighthouse is accessible via a boardwalk and open for climbing every second weekend of the month.


BoatUS serves as one of the leading boat insurance companies in the marine industry and offers its members benefits ranging from boat loans to towing services.

Anclote Village Marina at

Aerial photos, maps, and amenities information based on the leading marine directory.

Florida Water Sports at

Localized information on the best surfing spots, scuba diving, snorkeling, shipwreck diving, and kayaking on Florida’s coasts.

Visit St. Pete/Clearwater

The official visitors website for the St. Petersburg/Clearwater area with information on beaches, art, and dining at one of Florida’s best travel destinations.

Lighthouse Friends

The Lighthouse Friends provide a wonderfully comprehensive map of Florida lighthouse locations, with extensive historical backgrounds and archival photos.

U.S. Coast Guard Boater Safety Courses

We encourage recreational boaters and swimmers to stay diligent about boating and beach safety, and the U.S. Coast Guard offers a deep list of courses and online resources for boater education.

The Greater Pasco Chamber of Commerce

Pasco County is the home of Anclote Village Marina and rests bordering north of Tarpon Springs. The Greater Pasco Chamber of Commerce represents the businesses and leaders of Pasco County and provides community information, including upcoming area events.

The Tarpon Springs Chamber of Commerce

“The sponge capital of the world” is represented by the Tarpon Springs Chamber of Commerce, which works to provide comprehensive information for residents and vacationers, including a deep visitor’s guide that represents the area’s lodging, dining, arts, parks, and events.

Discovery Map

Discovery Map is a community-based travel company that builds unique destination profiles based on the expertise of a network of local business owners. The site offers perspectives from residents of the destination community, with advice on dining, lodging, and regional attractions.

Florida’s Sports Coasts

Driven adventurers of the Florida coasts can visit Florida’s Sports Coasts to find the thrilling activities that bring adrenaline into the conversation. The site offers information on cable wakeboarding, backwater kayaking, scalloping, beer and burger events, and a well of excitement up and down the coasts.

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Have questions about where to stay, what to do, or how to get around?

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