Some people wonder how to get to Anclote Key, which is only three miles off the coast of Tarpon Springs. There you’ll find four magnificent, sandy beaches that make up the hidden gem Anclote Key Preserve State Park. The Anclote Keys are off the Gulf Coast and are only accessible by boat! This means, if you’re looking to have a magical adventure at this beautifully pristine set of islands, you’ll need to hop on one of the many ferries in order to set foot in the sand.

Have you ever wondered how to get to Anclote Key Preserve State Park in Florida? If you’ve been, please share your experience with us in the comments section! Or if you’re looking for more information about this set of islands, then check out the Florida State Parks’ web page.

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Places To Cool Off In Florida

What are the most popular ice cream stops in Florida?

As luck would have it, we have a mouthwatering ice cream trail through Florida. Here are a few yummy places to visit:

  • Jaxson’s Ice Cream Parlor (128 S. Federal Highway, Dania Beach, Florida) Known for its super-large sundaes, such as the 36-scooper and the Punch Bowl meant for 12, other delicacies come in colossal sizes, including the one-pound hot dogs as big as your arm. Don't believe us — check it out for yourself on Jaxson's Ice Cream Parlor's website.
  •  The Fat Donkey (Cocoa Beach, Indian Harbour, and Sarasota, Florida) This fun beachside destination is all about lovin' spoonfuls of creamy delight and other delicious treats. From soft-serve to scoop, this quality ice cream is available with toppings, in gluten-free, non-dairy, and just about any way you prefer. Find the location near you on The Fat Donkey Ice Cream and Fine Desserts' website.
  • Love Boat Homemade Ice Cream (Fort Myers (3), Cape Coral, and Sanibel Island, Florida) For more than 50 years, this premium homemade ice cream has been chilling down Floridians and visitors. An impressive 85 seasonal or classic ice cream flavors call for a little consideration before ordering from the massive whiteboard. Check out this fun space on the Love Boat Homemade Ice Cream website.
  • Dairy Joy (South Tampa and Seminole, Florida) Since 1958, this heart-warming place has been scooping and swirling soft-serve. Enjoy other classics here, such as banana splits, thick milkshakes, and a variety of hard-packed ice cream. To appreciate the decor, see the photos on Dairy Joy's Facebook page.

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