Located where the Cottee River meets Us 19, at Catches Waterfront Grille and Marina makes this site easy to get to from anywhere in the bay area. Plenty of parking and a great place to grab a bite to eat after a day on the water, be sure to check out the Rum Runner Tiki Bar. Whether you take a quiet scenic cruise upriver or head out to the Gulf you can take advantage of this location for the following activities:
Dolphin watching, swimming/snorkeling, Scalloping, Cruising, Fishing, Island Hopping, Sightseeing & Picnics

Destinations & Local Sights

North Key Sand Bar

A little sand bar just North of Anclote Key Island only accessible by boat, Pure white sand and crystal clear water make this spot a great destination for all out island getaway. Choose to shell, grill out, or just take in the sun. This is a popular spot with the locals, you’ll feel like you’re in the Caribbean.

Anclote Island

Nice sandy beach, fishing, shelling, sun bathing, beautiful turquoise water.

Stilt Houses

A unique piece of Florida history, accessed only by boat, explore these old historical fish camps.

Pasco County Reefs

These reefs provide great place to dive or fish.

Durney Key

Enjoy a relaxing day on an unclaimed island surround by shallow flats.

Grass Flats

Enjoy a day fishing the crystal clear water of the grass flats.

Cottee River

Originating near Crews Lake, the river flows for over 23 miles through the Starkey Wilderness Park eventually meeting the Gulf. Enjoy many sites both historical and nature sites along the way.

Anclote Lighthouse

The 403-acre Anclote Key Preserve State Park is accessible only by private boat.

Local Restaurants

Don’t feel like fishing or getting sandy? Take a cruise to one of the many waterfronts restaurants for an unforgettable meal and enjoy the sights along the way.

Our Recommendation:
Catches Waterfront Grille


Catches Waterfront Grille
7811 Bayview St
Port Richey FL 34668