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Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp-Resort at Natural Bridge, Natural Bridge Station, Virginia

Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $48.00
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This was our first time at a Yogi Bear campground, and my expectations were high. I can't say they were met. First of all - the office, pool, lake, waterslides, gameroom, activity room are all on one side of the road with the water and electric sites and the full hookup sites are across the road and down the road about 50 yards. That makes a long walk for the kids to get to any of the activities. Also our site was very tight. The tent next to us was less than a foot away from our campfire ring. They did offer to move their tent, but I wasn't going to make them do that. As far as activities go, there is plenty to do and lots of organized activities for the kids including tubing down the James River. We visited Natural Bridge and the Caverns which is just a couple of miles down the road. I would not stay here again. We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp-Resort at Natural Bridge in a Travel Trailer.

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Adventure Bound Camping Resort Gatlinuburg, Gatlinburg, Tennessee

Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $48.00
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We camped here during the week and the place was empty. The pool was great and the waterslide may not look like much, but it is fast and fun. They just don't advertise on their webpage that there is a daily charge for it. We paid an extra $5 per night for a stream-side site, but it isn't worth it. The only bad thing is that the campground is a little far from town. It is only 12 miles from downtown Gatlinburg, but the drive seems long after a day of sightseeing. I wouldn't mind camping here again, but I might look at something a little closer to town. We camped at Adventure Bound Camping Resort Gatlinuburg in a Travel Trailer.

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Big Bone Lick State Park, Union, Kentucky

Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $22.00
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This is the nicest state park I have ever been to. Bathrooms were clean, but in the mornings were a little busy since they were so small. Campsites are paved and fairly level. Bring a long water hose, though, because the water hookups are between the sites, which means they are on the opposite side of the camper on every other site and about 50ft away. Pool was great, hiking trails were great, and the kids loved riding their bikes because the entire campground is paved. We stayed here to go to a race at Kentucky Speedway which is only a 10 minute drive. We will stay here next year, too. We camped at Big Bone Lick State Park in a Travel Trailer.

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Elizabethtown / Hershey KOA, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania

Date of Stay: May, 2009 - $54.00
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This is a fantastic campground. Our site was huge with lots of trees between our neighbors. When we arrived we were escorted to our site and were able to buy a pizza at the snack bar. The showers on the lower level looked brand new. They were spotless and the nicest I've ever seen. We spent the weekend at Hershey Park, so we didn't use the pool or any of the amenities, but they looked nice. Hershey Park is about a 15 minute drive, but not too bad. We will definitely stay here again, even though it was a little pricey. We camped at Elizabethtown / Hershey KOA in a Travel Trailer.

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