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Jetty Park

400 Jetty Road
Cape Canaveral, FL 32920
No Email Address
4 Reviews
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We found that we truly enjoyed the amenities which included the beach and also the fishing pier (from which we spotted two manatees and also lots of sea turtles). The cruise ships would go by multiple times daily which were always great to watch (I was surprised how quiet they actually were). Our site itself was difficult to set up because the electric box was in the back left corner of the site, the sewer was up at the front left corner of the site (so far that we needed to go out and buy some additional hose), and the water spigot was at the front right side of the camper (but thankfully we had extra hose). The site was also very unlevel. Some of the other sites near us had the same problems. We were on grass but the site next to us had a slab..it was sort of hit or miss. Nevertheless, once we got hooked up we had a nice time. The bathrooms were very clean and laundry facilities were great. There was no WIFI or cable though we picked up TV channels without a problem. We will likely return in the future.

Received from Vikki for visit in Nov 2009

Site Number: 7
Stay Again? YES
We stayed in site #87 which was a corner site with some shade. The only down side to the park was that they locked the fence to between the campgrounds and the playgrounds on the weekend to keep non-campers out of the campgrounds. Other than that we had an excellent time. Bath houses and bathrooms were clean and there were a lot of things to do with the family. The camp store has some groceries, but the grocery store is only a 10 min. drive from the park. We would recommend and stay at this park again.

Received from KT for visit in May 2009

Site Number: 87
Stay Again? YES
We stayed in site #38 and had w/e/s and a concrete pad for the RV only. All sites have a grill and picnic table. Each site is different. No campfires allowed. Water hookups are not consistent and you must bring extra hoses in case you are not near the HU. A lot of units pulled in forward instead of backing so they could make it work. Most sites are close together. From our site #39's sewer was right next to our picnic table. If the site had been occupied the sides of the RV would have been 2 ft away form our awning. Bathhouses were clean but old. They were used a lot as there are only 2 BH for all campers and there were a lot of tenter's there, as well as those who did not have full HU. Playground was new and nice but had no shade. Very nice picnic area with pavilions. Short walk to jetty, pier and beach. There were 2 lifeguard towers for the park. We could see all the ships go by as well as manatees, sea turtles, jelly fish and dolphins. Sand is very hard (like concrete) so no problem setting up our sunshade on the beach. There are 2 stores one for campground, one for day area where you can rent beach equipment and have food. We were able to hear Discovery landing but could not see it from the jetty. About the only thing we did not like was the trash around the park. They have taken out all the large dumpsters and put in small trash cans about every 8 sites. Trash seems to blow out more often in the wind and people are just too lazy to walk to trash cans. There were a lot of cigarette butts and can tabs and paper everywhere.There was a lot of security-they drive by about every 15 minutes. The most I've ever seen camping.

Received from for visit in Jun 2008

Site Number:
Stay Again? YES
Great beach access, fishing and sunsets. The spots are not too shady, but you probably won't want to spend much time indoors at this campground. Within walking distance is also a Cruise Ship Terminal boasting free casino cruises twice a day.

Received from Tracy for visit in Jul 2007

Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES

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