Standard (tent/RV)
Tent Cabin
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Jetty Park

Jetty Park Campground is an oasis by the ocean where guests from all around the world come to share in a one-of-a-kind experience. Because of the campgrounds unique location nestled along the Atlantic Ocean and inside beautiful Port Canaveral, it's not uncommon to see one or all of the following:

-Cruise ships arriving/departing

-Submarines arriving/departing

-Rocket launches from Canaveral Air Force Station

-Wildlife and marine life

The park offers guests a variety of camping options from tent camping in a rustic site to relaxing in your RV with all the amenities included.

Fee Info
Cabin: $83.25 per night, tax not included Rustic: $27 per night Semi: $34 per night IMP: $49 per night
$27.00 - $83.00
Drive In
Walk In
Boat In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Jetty Park is located in Florida
28.406 N
-80.595 W
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17 Reviews of Jetty Park
Great and friendly staff

Close to the ocean, great amenities. The only thing the park needs is a pool.

Great and friendly staff

Close to the ocean, great amenities. The only thing the park needs is a pool.

Great Stay

Very friendly staff. Nicely laid out with space for everyone. Walk to the beach! Clean with shade. WiFi, water, electric and sewer hookup as well as tent sites and cabins. Cute! Concrete slabs to park your unit on. The sites 100-144 aren’t as shady. The red knot circle is the most shady.


Varied sites, walking distance from cocoa beach as well as watching rocket launches from Cape Canaveral and cruises ship launches. Sites vary from water only, water and electric to full hook ups. Staff are amazing and lots of security


We stayed at Jetty Park for three nights in december. The weather was gorgeous. We were in the inlet sites with just water hookups. Loved watching the cruise ships pass by! Beach is beautiful and fishing is great!

Very convenient place to stay. It's just a short walk to the Atlantic Ocean

My sister an I stayed here for 2 nites, on a weekend, during August. It was fairly full, but we didn't feel crowded. There is a reasonable fee, but well worth it. There are RV sites, Cabins and Primitive sites. We stayed in a tent at a primitive site, but we chose a site with water and power, since it was hot and we wanted a fan. We also rented a fire ring and there was plenty of wood lying around and for sale. There is a store on premises for convenience (which means pricy), but Walmart isn't that far to drive. There is a shower house with bathrooms, and they were very clean. We spent a lot of our time at the beach, but enjoyed the camping part a lot. Nice. Going back!

Nice park, clean and great amenities

We stayed here in early November 2018. The shower and restroom facilities were very clean. It’s very crowded; we usually stay in more spread out campsites, but regardless it was very quiet at night. There is access to a beautiful beach, a fishing pier, and couple small stores for bait and odds and ends. Overall, very clean and nice for a weekend stay. We loved the variety of things available to us.

Very conveniently located to the Port and beach.

Very busy in the winter. Awesome place to camp and they have an incredible store there. (FISHLIPS)

RV friendly with great beach access

This is a great spot to RV camping, less so for tent camping. Nice and clean park amenities conveniently located within biking distance of several restaurants at Port Canaveral for dinner with the family or drinks as you watch the cruise ships leave. The campground, Itself, has easy beach access with great views of the sunrise, however this also means it is typically VERY crowded during the summer months. It’s closeness to the jetty means that the waters on the beach side are fairly calm and blocked from the big waves of ships leaving port but the pier on the other sides of the jetty has water deep enough for fishing and even the occasional sea turtle sighting!

This site is also located very close to the boat launch. If you like deep sea fishing this is a great location to bring your boat or look into one of the day trips offered at the Port about a mile away. Great for a day trip if you are visiting the Orlando area or want to avoid beachside hotel prices on a family vacation.

Jetty Park beach access

This is a state owned park. Very clean. Not a lot of sites are shaded. They do have a campbstore that is open until 800 pm. Salt water fishing pier. Jetty where you can watch the cruise boats depart. Short walk to the beach. Only had two bath hoses for the entire campground. Needed to have more added. WiFi is available but cell reception is hit and miss