Date of Stay: June, 2011
We stayed at Jellystone one night on our way to Gulf Shores, AL. Upon making our reservation I requested the best pull through site they had. The manager stated it was no problem as they would not be busy on our requested date. The park is badly in need of maintenance that has be deferred for many years. The paved areas are very narrow, and there are obstructions that just don't make sense in an RV park. The trees are extremely overgrown, and there is no way to avoid the low hanging branches. Just trying to exit the park will earn you plenty of scratches. The concrete pads are unlevel, broken, and narrow to the point that you may have an inch of concrete on each side when you pull in. which will put you right in the muddy swampy grass when you step outside. The best pull through site they had to offer was one of the worse I have seen. The girl who checked us in was uninterested and seemingly couldn't care less about her job. No cable, no showers, neglected restrooms, nice amenities for the kids, but definitely not worth the 60$ a night price tag.
Date of Stay: May, 2011
Fabulous place. Best on PK by a long shot. The hosts are awesome and immediately welcome you as a part of the family. This is our second summer here and we get a great monthly rate. All paved and level sites, plenty of parking, great central location. Excellent amenities and facilities. Our kids love it here. No shade but usually a good breeze. Boat ramp is steep but you are very close to several public ramps. Don't waste your time looking for any other RV parks on the lake. This is the one!