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Date of Stay:
July, 2009 -
We stayed at this campground for two nights while visiting Six Flags. All campsites are situated on a hillside which makes the sites very tight and difficult to maneuver. When we visited, they were sold out of large RV sites, so they gave me $15 discount on a very inferior site available at the bottom of the park. They sent an escort down to help us back in: that shows you how this site was situated. They lent us extra water hose so we could reach the next site above us. Not comfortable, but better than nothing. We camped with our dog: couldn't even tie her out, but I did get a discount. This RV park has the typical Jellystone amenities, such as a very nice pool, well-stocked camp store, and gift shop. They have Yogi train rides for the kids (for an additional fee) and an outdoor all-you-can eat pancake & sausage breakfast. Cost was $4.75 adults but additional sausage is extra $$. Overall nice when you don't want to cook for five before going to the park! At 8:00 a.m. every morning they have a recorded message announcing that they are "waking Yogi!" Not appreciated by my teenagers, but cute for little kids. The bathhouse and showers left something to be desired, but we've used worse. Two of the three men's showers barely sprayed water. I would stay here again, but only if nothing else was available in the area. The staff was very friendly and tried to be accommodating with a reduced rate. Remember: Jellystone's charge $5 extra for each child. This, I'd imagine, covers the extra theme of Yogi and of course, use of the pool was nice. We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park in a Motorhome.