Jetty Park Campground Moves to Phase Two of Reopening, Allowing Full Occupancy
By Space Coast Daily // July 23, 2020
88 improved sites are available and only recreational vehicles with full hookups can camp
ABOVE VIDEO: Jetty Park Campground is welcoming guests once again as part of the Canaveral Port Authority’s phased reopening, with new requirements in place for campers and new rules for camping and using park facilities.
BREVARD COUNTY • PORT CANAVERAL, FLORIDA – Jetty Park Campground is welcoming guests once again as part of the Canaveral Port Authority’s phased reopening, with new requirements in place for campers and new rules for camping and using park facilities.
Phase Two reopening of the campground complies with state and federal regulations meant to slow the spread of COVID-19.
For Phase Two, the campground has reopened at 100% occupancy of the improved (full hookup) campground sites only.
Some 88 improved sites are available, and only recreational vehicles with full hookups can camp there. No campsites are available for partial hookups, tents, or cabin rentals. Park staff will assign campsites to maintain a safe distance between RVs.
Campers who had booked reservations that were canceled by the park’s closure will receive priority
booking. Park staff will contact guests to offer a new reservation date up to a year in advance.
Guests and visitors must comply with posted signage for social distancing requirements while using park facilities,
including the beach, the fishing pier, beach crossovers, boardwalks, parking areas, and restrooms. Groups of up to
50 may congregate.
All guests must stay six feet apart. The playground will remain closed. The park pavilions are available
Shopping and delivery from the Jetty Park Campstore for items traditionally available, including food, will be available by calling the Jetty Park duty phone for campground guests only.
The communal fire pits, shuffleboard, and horseshoe area will remain closed. The Bathhouses are open for use.
Park staff will wear personal protective equipment, including face masks, protective eyewear and disposable
Lifeguards will be posted on the beach during Jetty Park operating hours of 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. No cash transactions will be allowed.
Credit Card payments may be completed over the phone. The Port established an online payment option for
select transactions, such as pre-paid parking admission, and has transitioned to a “contactless” payment system for point of sale transactions.
You may purchase your admission for Beach parking by visiting the Port’s website.
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