A L Anderson Park

The first land was acquired in 1964 with the park opening and dedication held on May 21, 1966. Subsequent acquisitions to the north and south along Lake Tarpon have enlarged the park to 129 acres. The most recently improved area is a 30-acre parcel acquired in 1973 on the south side of the park. Access to this area is gained by means of a road leading from the main park road to an overpass which bridges Tookes Road. It was formally opened to the public on June 3, 1982.

Location Map

Park Diagram

Shelter Reservation

General Information:
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This park serves the north county area and offers individual and group picnicking facilities, play equipment, and a boat launching facility. The park is characterized by hilly terrain, wooded areas, and beautiful vistas overlooking Salmon Bay and Lake Tarpon.

X Picnic Area   Boating
X Playgrounds   Boat Ramps
X Shelters X Fishing
X Pets Allowed   Kayak Trail
X Dog Park   Canoeing
  Concessions X Bicycling
X Trails X Baseball Field
  Camping   Volleyball
  RV Park   Horse Shoes
  Camp Fires   Disc Golf
  Swimming X Rest Rooms

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39699 U.S. HWY. 19 N.

Tarpon Springs, FL 34689



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