COVID-19 UPDATE: Brevard County Campgrounds Will Not Accept Reservations Through May 2

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Current campers will be permitted to stay until their reservation expires

Pursuant to the Brevard County Limitation on Tourism and Lodging Order dated April 2, 2020, the Brevard County Parks and Recreation Campgrounds will no longer be accepting reservations effective April 3 through May 2.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Pursuant to the Brevard County Limitation on Tourism and Lodging Order dated April 2, 2020, the Brevard County Parks and Recreation Campgrounds will no longer be accepting reservations effective April 3 through May 2.

Specifically, no new reservations will be accepted unless an individual meets the below-specified criteria:

• Transitory military personnel

• First responders

• Healthcare workers

• Construction workers actively engaged in projects in Brevard County

• Others working or engaged in formal business in Brevard County

Note: A letter from the individual’s employer indicating the stay is work-related or a doctor’s note justifying the need to shelter in place shall be required upon arrival.

Individuals who hold reservations but have not checked in yet are not permitted to check-in unless they show proof of the above criteria.

Current campers will be permitted to stay until their reservation expires. No extensions to current reservations will be accepted unless the individual meets the above criteria.

There will be no penalties for any reservation cancellation.

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