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Are there any day pass resorts in the Port Canaveral area or anywhere within a reasonable drive of there (1/2 hour north or south)?   All inclusive would be best.   I've only done one daily resort pass in the past but it was outside of the US.    I enjoyed it and wanted to find something similar for this Port stop from NJ if it exists. 

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We have used this website in the past on cruises to the islands.  There are day passes to these hotel pool areas, but I couldn't tell you how far any of them are from the port:

https://www.resortpass.com/hotel-day-passes/Orlando-36

I suggest looking at the different ones to see what is included.  Just glancing at a few of those, most cabanas provide soft drinks/water but meals/alcoholic beverages are separate.

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5 hours ago, barbeyg said:

We have used this website in the past on cruises to the islands.  There are day passes to these hotel pool areas, but I couldn't tell you how far any of them are from the port:

https://www.resortpass.com/hotel-day-passes/Orlando-36

I suggest looking at the different ones to see what is included.  Just glancing at a few of those, most cabanas provide soft drinks/water but meals/alcoholic beverages are separate.

Tried your link, look what I found!

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19 hours ago, twangster said:

I'm wondering if all inclusive run foul of state liquor laws.  Otherwise lots of "resorts" aka some guys backyard with a pool would offer "all inclusive" passes. 

I’m picturing a redneck, with a big beer belly, no shirt, no shoes, belching as he welcomes you to his all-inclusive back yard. ??

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23 hours ago, twangster said:

Tried your link, look what I found!

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Only problem is that it's on I-Drive (International Drive in Orlando) which is a full hour away on a good day.

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CoCo Key is about 5 minutes from my house.   If you are coming over that far (which really isn't far at all - one road for 50 miles) Sea World's Aquatica is a better water park (also 5 minutes from my house).

If you don't want to drive - My favorite beach in Florida is right there at the port.  Jetty Park Beach is a state park/beach area that is a perfect day on the beach.   maybe a 15 minute walk from the port.  $16 to park for the day (or taxi in) 

If you want a more "resort feel", I've stayed at the Holiday Inn Cape Canaveral before (used to be Ron Jon's)  Nice pool area, beach access, right next to Jetty Park and still 5 minutes away from the Port.   https://www.ihg.com/holidayinnclubvacations/hotels/us/en/cape-canaveral/ccvcv/hoteldetail

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1 hour ago, Steve in Orlando said:

If you want a more "resort feel", I've stayed at the Holiday Inn Cape Canaveral before (used to be Ron Jon's)  Nice pool area, beach access, right next to Jetty Park and still 5 minutes away from the Port.

I stayed there and it does have a great pool area

https://www.royalcaribbeanblog.com/2018/10/16/holiday-inn-club-vacations-cape-canaveral-beach-resort-hotel-review

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