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Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Hill Country, Canyon Lake, Texas

Date of Stay: April, 2009 - $41.00
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I have say that My family and I were very disappointed with the park. We took our 4 kids(ages 12, 11, 3, & 1) to this park for Spring/Easter break. This park was advertised as a "FAMILY" campground, it was anything but family friendly. We were told that we could not even sit outside our camper after 10pm (since this is when quiet hours start), we were not making any noise, just sitting out enjoying the night air. The website is very misleading, it states this park has a hot tub and heated pool. You would think the pool will be heated during all pool hours, this is NOT the case. The hot tub has an overflow that heats the pool (which is fine and works, when it is on). The hot tub (no jets) it not turned on until 5:30pm-take about 1 hour to get hot-and then the pool/hot tub closes at 9pm. We were always being harassed by the employees of this park. There was even a guy we met there that was told that he could not ride his motorcycle (a Goldwing trike) around the park, because he was letting our older kids ride with him. There were many other problems that we encountered, and hate that we had this horrible experience with this park. We have camped at other Yogi Bear Jellystone parks and know that all parks are not like this one, so please do not judge all Jellystone Parks by this one. But I will say that this Jellystone will not be visited by us ever again. We give it a Big Thumbs DOWN. We camped at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Hill Country in a Fifth Wheel.

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Rusk Depot Campground (formerly Rusk State Park - Rusk Unit), Rusk, Texas

Date of Stay: January, 2009 - $18.00
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This is a very nice campground and state park. We went the weekend that the park Sponsored the Thomas the Tank Engine Train ride. This was awesome. The park is very clean, relaxing, and a joy to be in. We camped at Rusk Depot Campground (formerly Rusk State Park - Rusk Unit) in a Fifth Wheel.

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