All guests and pets must be registered- one vehicle and one camping unit per site.
RV site maximum 6 people, tent site maximum 4 people. Visitors are included in site maximum.
Two pets permitted per site. Pets must be on a 4' leash and accompanied by an adult at all times. Use pet walk area and immediately clean up after your pet everywhere in campground including dog walk and dog park. Pets are never to be left unattended.
Boats may not be left unattended in the Harbor or at the Dock unless they are registered. There is no charge for registered guests to use the boat ramp. Boats may not be parked on site without park approval.
Registration receipt/vehicle pass must be displayed as directed.
Check-in and check-out are at 1pm. NO REFUNDS.
Management assumes no responsibility for the actions or safety of guests or their belongings and reserves the right to refuse service to anyone, evict anyone for creating a disturbance or violating park rules and/or state and local laws.
All day visitors must register at office. Visitors may not bring pets.
Taking lobster from the shore of The Jolly Roger.
Swimming in boat harbor or boat ramp.
Diving from the seawall or dock.
Wood or ground fires or fireworks of any kind.
Portable grills of any kind ON picnic tables.
Bicycles, roller blades, scooters, hoverboards or skateboards on dock or seawall or around Motel building or Pool areas at any time. Bicycles must have lights on at night.
Gas Golf Carts.
Joyriding of motorcycles, mini-bikes, or golf carts. (Golf carts must be insured and registered with the office).
Drivers must be 16 years old with a driver's license.
Excessive speed. (Park Speed Limit is 5 MPH).
Excessive noise at any time. Quiet hours are from 10pm to 7am every night.
Children under 17 must be on their site from 10pm to 8am, unless with an adult.
Rowdiness or disorderly conduct.
Parking at Pavilion, Tiki, or Harbor area unless it is your assigned parking.
Pets on Tiki Island, Motel, Restrooms, Pool Area, Laundry or Tent Sites.
Wasting of water or washing of vehicles or rigs.
Pools, hot tubs, kiddies pools or pet pools
Clotheslines attached to trees.
Walking through campsites, vacant or occupied.
Carpets on ground
Change clothesline attached to tree to / anything attached to tree
***Our natural resource is the waterfront; trees, shrubs and grass are our greatest assets.
Please leave them as you found them so that those who follow can enjoy the best of the Keys.***
Last Updated 1/1/2016.
This property is privately owned. We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone and will not be responsible for accidents nor injury to guests or for loss of money or valuables of any kind.