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Another great stay at Jolly Roger, cannot say enough good about our time there. The view, site and staff are all excellent - the park is quiet and guests are nice (well behaved). Excellent sunset views!
I feel like that was home. It was wonderful staff, wonderful pool, amazing pool, clean, yes rules at pool, but that is what makes it so perfect, yes PERFECT...the water was amazing , cool refreshing water, clean...the grounds were well kept, the showers and bathrooms...More
Very nice campground! We had a waterfront RV site. It was peaceful and lovely. The sunsets were spectacular. The staff was friendly and the grounds well-kept. All of the campers were courteous and kept the noise to a reasonable level. Even after sundown, I didn't...More
place is amazing, staff is super friendly and helpful, clean, organized, pool temperature 100% great for the hot weather, only thing missing campsite garbage pickup, other than that going back really soon. we love the campground, very pleased. A+++++++++. Oliu family.
We have stayed at Jolly Rogers a few times over the years by ourselves. This trip we brought the grandkids along since they never had been to the keys. Jolly Rogers is a great camping destination that allows all types of camping equipment from Big...More
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To be honest that depends upon your boat. If you have a bimini top, there is ocean access approximately one mile north of our park at the Tom's Harbor Bridge. If you have t-tops, it is approximately 6 miles in either... More
To be honest that depends upon your boat. If you have a bimini top, there is ocean access approximately one mile north of our park at the Tom's Harbor Bridge. If you have t-tops, it is approximately 6 miles in either direction to the ocean at the 3-Mile, Long Key Bridge north of us or at the Vaca Cut bridge south of us.