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Beach at the Jetty Beach at the Atlantic Coast of Florida.

The beach at the Jetty Beach is located at the city of Port Canaveral at Floridas interesting Atlantic Coast. Jetty Beach is situated at a port area where cruise ships start and return. These cruise ships are bound to the Bahamas and to the Caribbean Sea.







Directions to the Jetty Beach in Port Canaveral:
From Interstate 95 (I-95) turn east on Florida State Route 528, also known as Martin Andersen Beachline Expressway. Florida State Route 528 becomes Florida State Route A1A. At the outskirts of Port Canaveral turn on George J King Boulevard (exit at the right roadside of the A1A). The George J King Blvd leads directly to the Jetty Beach.

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Entrance Fee / Parking Fee at the Jetty Beach:
-  $10.- parking fee per car
- No entrance fee for pedestrians.
- a few free parking spaces are available outside of the
  Jetty Beach
  (at the corner of George J King Boulevard (Blvd) and
  N Atlantic Avenue (Ave) )
(as at: April 2010)


Infrastructure at the Jetty Beach:
- Shower
- Restroom
- Playground
- Baby changing station





Beach Ranking of the Jetty Beach:
- Not ranked at the Beach Ranking.



Video of the Beach at the Jetty Beach:











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