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Hurricane Hanks Bar & Grill

Screen_shot_2010-03-28_at_9.2414333 Crabtrap Ct

Hudson, Florida

727-862-1177

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By Water 28.365599, -82.705352

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Hurricane Hank's Tiki Bar & Grill is a nice place to enjoy a few drinks with friends and a better place to enjoy a great meal.  Hurricane Hank's has a great menu, nice drinks and friendly staff to ensure you enjoy your visit. Whether you like sitting outside at a Tiki Bar listing to live music while watching the sun set on the Gulf or Chilling inside in the large dinning room while eating the best food in Hudson, you are sure to find your place at Hank's. Hank's has different meal specials each weekday and live music most nights.

* Located at the Port Hudson Marina

Portu-Greek Cafe

20100328181753_P10100046928 Clark St

Hudson Beach, Florida

727-863-3200

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By Water 28.360349, -82.699522

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Comment: HOME OF THE WHOLE BELLY CLAMS. NEW ENGLAND STYLE SEAFOOD AND HOME MADE GREEK FOOD

Inn on the Gulf

Screen_shot_2010-03-28_at_9.02.53_PM6330 Clark Street

Hudson, Florida

(727) 868-5623

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By Water 28.361731, -82.709352

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The Inn on the Gulf is a two-story hotel overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. All of our rooms are efficiency suites. Enjoy breathtaking sunset views from our gulf-side rooms balcony or relax in the serenity over-looking Hudson Beach. The bedroom consists of a double and a twin bed, which is separate from the rest of the suite. The main living area of the efficiency offers a spacious living room, kitchen, and a dinette. The kitchen offers a large refrigerator, stove, microwave, coffee pot, and toaster. Adjacent to the kitchen is the dinette with seating for up to four. The living room has a sofa that opens to a bed. Our rooms can sleep a maximum of five people. We do offer daily, weekly, and monthly rates. Please be advised that since we do only have 18 rooms, we recommend that your reservations are made in advance

Skeleton Key Marina

cache_22325969046300 Clark Street

Hudson, Florida 34667

727-868-3411

Website

By Water 28.361100, -82.709992

 

  • Dry Stack - $7 foot
  • Wet Docking - $8 foot & Up On Floating Docks with Water & Electric Hook-Up
  • Gas Station with Ethanol-Free Fuel Plus Additive in Fuel Price Included
  • Boat Rental Available Half & Full Day Starting at $60 & Up
  • Fenced-In Secure Location & Illuminated at Night
  • Monthly Agreements

 

 

Port Hudson Marina

Screen_shot_2010-03-28_at_9.14.55_PM14333 Crabtrap Ct

Hudson, Florida

727-869-1840

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By Water 28.365570, -82.706844

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Conveniently located with direct access to the Gulf of Mexico and the west coast's diverse waterways is situated just north of Anclote Island and Hudson Beach.Port Hudson Marina's convenience to open waters make it the ideal choice for both the serious angler and weekend boater.

Hudson Beach Marina

Screen_shot_2010-03-28_at_9.06.52_PM6330 Clark Street  (This is the address of the Hotel)

Hudson, Florida

727-863-9093

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By Water 28.360938, -82.704670

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Welcome to Hudson Beach Marina. The perfect place for all your boating needs. This newly remodeled marina is conveniently located one-half mile off U.S. 19 on Clark Street, and just down the street from Hudson Beach. Our courteous and professional staff are here to accommodate all your boating needs.

Robert J. Strickland Memorial Park

 

DSC01463hudson6345 Clarke St

Hudson, Florida

Ramps: 1

Ramp Fee: Unknown

Parking Spaces : 33

Rest Room: Yes

Hours 24:

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By Water: 28.361420, -82.708591

here is a boat ramp at the beginning of the park with 33 paved parking spaces.  The boat dock is 220' with 8 boat slips.  You can launch your power boats, jet-skis, canoe or kyaks from the boat ramp area.


Durney Key

durneyBy Water 28.282450, -82.751316

At the mouth of the Cotee River just as you reach the Gulf of Mexico is the tiny but wonderful Durney Key! A great place to stop and pick up shell, wade, or swim in the shallow water that surrounds 95% of the island. It has several large rocks in 4-8 foot of water that can be a hazard for your vessels lower unit. Use caution by approaching slowly.This area is a great picnic spot for the family. By Cotee River Boat Rental

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Anclote Key Preserve State Park

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By Water   28.191832, -82.852097

 

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ANK-Shore-marA favorite destination of many boaters is the North Anclote Key sandbar and Anclote Island

 

Blue-green Gulf waters lap gently along the preserve´s beautiful four-mile-long beach. Located three miles off the coast of Tarpon Springs, this park is accessible only by private boat. Visitors must bring water and supplies; there are no provisions on the island. The park is home to at least 43 species of birds, including the American oystercatcher, bald eagle, and piping plover. A picturesque 1887 lighthouse stands as a sentinel on the southern end of the island. Visitors can swim and sunbathe at the beach, then fire up a grill and enjoy a picnic. There is no charge for overnight stays in the primitive campground, but campers must check in by calling the park before arrival.

 

Two picnic pavilions are located at the middle of the island along the Gulf of Mexico side as well as one pavilion at the north end, in the designated primitive campground. Each picnic area is complete with composting toilet facilities, picnic tables and grills. No reservations are necessary as they are a first come first served basis. Please note that there are no electic hook-up nor running water available on the island. Please carry out what you carried in at this preserve