Jetty Park

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Jetty park has the widest beach in the area. The Jetty traps sand making it very shallow, so it’s great for younger children, first time surfers, body boarders and those who can’t swim well. It also has lifeguards year round. Surfing is recommend limited to 2oo yards south of the Jetty due to people in the water. That’s fine, the best break for surfing is there, straight out from the Hol;iday Inn resort.

Jetty Park is ideal for campers, boasting a general store, tent and RV sites and a short walk or drive to Dining at the Port like Rusty’s. Don’t have a fishing license or do you have family visiting you from out of Florida and would like to take fishing? No Problem the fishing pier is open 24 hours and does not require a fishing license!  It is also equipped with cleaning areas and running water.  If you don’t feel like roughing it or bringing and RV small cabins are also available for rent.  Remember to bring cash for your passes as Jetty Park is Cash Only to get in.

Park Info

Surf Cam: Cocoa Beach Surf co
Cost: Parking $5-$15 per day (Cash Only)  $25-$75 for annual passes.  Full price info here 
Hours: 7am-10pm
Restrooms: Yes
Parking: main lots and side grassy area
Tables/Seating: yes
Activities: Surfing, Boogie Boarding, Beach activities, Fishing
Other: Very shallow great for beginners, surfing area restricted, watch the ships go out, Fishing pier, Camping, bait shop and concession stands.
Things to be aware of: Can get crowded on holidays and weekends

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