Coco Plum Beach and Tennis Club and Marina
(Google our location at 109 Coco Plum Drive Marathon Florida 33050)
Frequently Asked Questions
|Beach Front (Ocean View)|
|Unit numbers 1-4|
|Palm Court (Partial Ocean View overlooking Jacuzzi)|
|Unit numbers 5-10|
|Key Line Grove (Gardens View)|
|Unit numbers 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 19, 20|
|Tropical (Tennis Court View)|
|Unit numbers 16, 18|
What are the driving directions to Cocoplum from the mainland? And from Cocoplu,m to Key West?
Please see our Maps and Directions Page for complete directions and local maps.
How long is the drive from Miami International Airport or Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport?
Allow yourself 2-3 hours to get to Miami International Airport (110 miles) or Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport (135 miles).
Rush hour in Miami & Fort Lauderdale is Between 6:30 am – 9:30 am, and 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm. Add 1 hour of travel time during these periods.
From Cocoplum to Key West. It will take a beautiful one hour to drive to Key West that features a trip over the famous 7 Mile Bridge. Travel slowly on the roads of Deer Key because the Key Deer is an endangered species!
Do you have boat dockage on site?
Yes, we have 9 deep water boat docks on site. We have plenty of parking to dry dock your boat on your trailer or just the trailer and park it across the street in our open lot and use the free public boat ramp approximately one mile from here on US-1 Bayside between the Quay and the Island Restaurants. Also a very nice ramp just 1/3 mile away on Cocoplum Drive on Avenue I. No additional fees for trailer parking.
Arrival Starter supplies. We do offer a limited one-time starter supply of the following items. If you run out it is up to you to buy more when you go to the grocery store. We give you these items to get started in case you arrive late and have not had a chance to get your coffee or tea for the first morning. As well as laundry detergent to do one load of towels or linens during your stay.
More of these items are available for your convenience at the front office for an additional charge. We recommend that you purchase these items at the local grocery store at a more reasonable cost.
Are the units well-equipped? What else do I need to bring with me? Do you have Pot-A-Play Pens available for children?
All units have fully-equipped kitchens (including full size refrigerator, oven and cook top, microwave, blenders, coffee maker (with filters) and toaster). The kitchen has all the pots & pans, plates, silverware, knives and a cutting board for your cooking needs. All bath and bed linens are supplied. We do not supply beach & pool towels, BUT we do sell beach some great large beach towels in the office as souvenirs.
Port-A-Play Pens are available free of charge but must be reserved in advance. Please note you MUST bring your own bedding for the Port-A-Crib if you plan to use it for sleeping in it.
Is there a cleaning fee? Is there daily maid service?
We do require a “Property Fee” of $20 per night per villa for the cleaning of your villa after you depart. (We do not provide daily housekeeping). This fee also includes FREE Wi-Fi; self-parking; Tennis Court; local & toll phone calls. This charge is automatically charged to each villa for each night of your stay.
No, we do not have daily cleaning services in our villas. We will clean the villa at the end of your stay. During your stay each units have their own laundry room if you want to freshen up your towels or linens. If you request additional cleaning there will be a charge of $50 and you will receive fresh towels and linens. This extra service must be requested in advance.
What is the average climate and weather in the Florida Keys?
Wherever you are right now, chances are the weather is better here in the Florida Keys. That's true even on a summer day. The hottest it's ever been in Key West is 97° F (36° C), and that was way back in 1880. At the peak of summer, the average high is 89° F (32° C). We don't have any super-highways or urban sprawl to radiate the sun's heat. Not only that, but our islands are surrounded by cooling ocean waters.
Wise Floridians from the mainland flock to the Keys on steamy weekends because the air is usually a few degrees cooler here. The water temperature might be in the mid-80s (30° C) but the sea is nevertheless refreshing for swimming, snorkeling or diving. In the winter, cold fronts can bring frost to mainland Florida, but you can be sure there will be no frost here. The all-time record low for Key West is 41° F (5° C) set in 1981. Divers or snorkelers usually get by with a "shortie" wet suit.
During these winter months, it almost never rains. By late May, however, the season's first thundershowers start popping up. Rarely do they stick around long enough to spoil an entire day.
You might be wondering about the Atlantic hurricane season, which can affect the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the United States as well as the Caribbean and the Bahamas. The official hurricane season begins June 1st and ends on November 30. Traditionally, the highest potential for storms is between Aug. 15 and Oct. 15. However, the daily weather during this period tends to be some of the most beautiful of the year.
Is there internet access? Is there a charge for other amenities?
Yes, we have Wi-Fi internet service on the property.When you arrive you will need to get the WEP security code at the front desk at check in and the code is on your sign in sheet.
There is NO additional FEE for BEACHFRONT AMMENITIES that include Pool, Beach, Tiki Huts, lounge chairs located poolside along the beachfront, Jacuzzi, and parking for boat trailers.
Is there parking on site?
Yes, each villa is allowed 1 vehicles. Any additional vehicles, oversized vehicles and trailers will need to park across the street in the canal property where the docks are located. Parking is a first come, first serve, close to your villa. Parking passes are required. for every vehicle and trailer on site. We have plenty of parking for cars, boat trailers and oversized vans.
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Call us at 305-743-0240 or 800-228-1587