Imagine it: lying on the beach under a blanket of stars, the sound of the fire crackling away, tucking into your tent for a night sleeping to the sounds of the waves. No, you’re not listening to a self-improvement podcast—you’re camping on the beach at Anclote Key Preserve. Located three miles out from Tarpon Springs, Anclote Key is primitive camping at its best. The camping area is located on the northern tip of Anclote Key. Visitors will find grills, picnic tables, a pavilion and a composting toilet—just enough amenities to keep you happy, and none of the frilly stuff. Read on for tips on planning your next Florida beach camping adventure!

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