Sorry for the confusion. I was asking if there are trees on Anclote Key
The one thing to remember, though, is that I think it is a popular spot for party's on weekends/holidays (although I don't think they stay the night).
I live in St. Pete. Ft. Desoto is out. There is almost an 8 month waiting list to get in to camp. There is a couple Islands that you can paddle to, but you need to get a pass for overnight. I have scoped these out. Not a whole lot for hanging and lots of stickers to contend with. I fish all over Tampa Bay and have been searching for spots to do an overnight, As of yet, I haven't been very successful. I will still keep looking, as there are places I have not tried yet.
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Starkey Wilderness Park allows hammock camping St forests allowed now too no kayaking but nice place close to Tampa and St Pete
Starkey Wilderness sounds sounds like a potential. Sans Yak.