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States Visited: 1
Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay:
August, 2017 -
The staff was very helpful and nice. It is big rig friendly ( we have a 45' 5er), but only in the open area we were in. There is an area down by the river but it would be tight. The area above us in the trees would be very tight as well-and dusty due to all the golf carts. The park "was" great at one point in its life, however, we found the place very run down and in need of some serious maintenance. Had to move the rv several times trying to get it level w/o tires coming off the ground.....ultimately unsuccessful. Didn't see one rig with all tires on the ground either! The roads and slots are very overgrown and verbiage is missing from designating signs making it challenging to know where to drive & where to park. The amenities such as pool, water slide & game room needed some much needed attention & cleaning. Most campsites are across the street and some distance from all the amenities making a golf cart rental almost a given. They know it charge accordingly, too! $$$. Didn't visit or utilize any other amenities. Overall, the location was beautiful and enjoyed a lot of quality family time, but wouldn't return. Just a FYI for those interested. We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp-Resort at Natural Bridge in a Fifth Wheel.