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Date of Stay:
August, 2017 -
It's a Yogi Bear FHU campground with lots of options for the 4 year old boy to do. Pool, playground, train ride (for a fee), general store, nice clean roomy shower room, near Six Flags, Walmart 1.7 miles away, right off the interstate 44. Now the cons: Very crowded and small campsites with not enough room to have a campfire. There was a fire ring in the ground that was full of water after a rain storm. So not worth buying firewood. That was frustrating. I really look forward to a nice camp fire. We were put right by the front. People were constantly honking early in the morning. 80-90% of the campground is the cottages. There were travel trailers and motor homes and a couple pop ups. Our dogs did not want to pee in the gravel. We had a hard time finding grass for them. Ohhhh, the entry into park is a bit of a shock. There is a dramatic incline up a hill just to get into the campground. Be aware of that. Don't forget your wheel chocks. A roll down the hill would be disastrous. We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park in a Travel Trailer.