Jolly Roger RV Resort

Address: 59275 Overseas Hwy, Marathon, Florida Keys, Florida, 33050-6007, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 59275 Overseas Hwy, Marathon, is near Dolphin Research Center, Florida Keys Wild Bird Center, Dolphin Connection, and Looe Key National Marine Sanctuary.
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        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Pets allowed

        TravelPod Member ReviewsJolly Roger RV Resort Marathon

        Reviewed by lastrick

        We'll stay again

        Reviewed Oct 30, 2015
        by (13 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

        Terrific place to stay. This is our 4th time here. LOVE the "lagoon" where we can snorkel and swim daily. Nice, nice staff. Pool is nice touch

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        Reviewed by ralphieboyo

        The Good Life on the Keys

        Reviewed Mar 1, 2013
        by (15 reviews) Helena, Montana , United States Flag of United States

        A nice park on the Keys. A bit crowded, but clean and friendly. A new pool is beckoning when the weather warms.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        TripAdvisor Reviews Jolly Roger RV Resort Marathon

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Marathon

        Gators and crocs in the Everglades

        A travel blog entry by kathfitzp on Jan 03, 2015

        4 photos

        ... out in the weed. They grow pretty big and have wonderful articulated armour so their only weak spot is right between the eyes. They have a shovel-shaped snout they use to dig holes that fill with water. Fish swim into the hole, birds go for the fish and the alligator gets a nice meal of both. We enjoyed the walk so much we decided to go deeper into the park - to Flamingo at ...

        Sunset from the bridge

        A travel blog entry by patandglenn on Mar 18, 2014

        2 photos

        ... be in the dark. All the tourists start arriving about 7 pm for the sunset.It's also a popular time for the working folk to come out for their after work run or walk, so it is pretty busy. It wasn,t a spectacular sunset, but it was nice. I managed to twist my (good) knee on the way home, so the rest of the evening was ice on knee and in drink .Good thing I bought a big bottle of medicinal ...

        Marathon, FL

        A travel blog entry by americanmade on Feb 08, 2014

        1 photo

        Marathon is a small fishing and diving town in the middle Florida keys. Marathon is known for it's great seafood, year round sunshine and relaxed atmosphere just like the rest of the florida keys.
        If you're into sport fishing Marathon is the perfect place for that. you can go deep sea dolphin fishing or ...

        Day 4: Everglades New Years

        A travel blog entry by splencner on Dec 31, 2012

        ... and built for skinny types. Everything else on our list was accounted for by our mindful shopping spree. Shopping at Walmart is like holding breath underwater, but I do like seeing foreing Walmarts. You get a true sense of the local population when you're in a Walmart shopping with the masses. From here we came to fateful corner of Dixie and Palm. Turn left and you end up in Biscayne NP. Go straight ahead and hit Key Largo and maybe key West. Turn right and you end ...

        Making Tracks

        A travel blog entry by jusnow on Dec 23, 2012

        2 photos

        ... US, our new best friend, told us that the area shoals, but there's no information out about it. Capt. Smitty on Towboat was scheduled to bring in the megayacht Namoah, a gorgeous yacht anchored out as we turned into the canal, about an hour later when the tide was up. We later saw the boat in our anchorage successfully tied to the owner's dock!