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Date of Stay: January, 2015 - $17.00
The people in the office were great. The only weird thing was that the sites are on a slope, and to level it out, they built up the sites individually. I only had a few feet on either side of my rig that was level. It dropped off quickly, so I had to be careful not to slide down when I got in and out of my rig. I'd stay again, but would be more careful and ask for a site that wasn't built up. We camped at Yogi Bear Jellystone Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $37.00
TRAINS!!!! Who knew there could be so many trains passing by day and night? In addition to the trains, this campground is much like others described - not really level, narrow, full of permanent rigs. The sites are gravel/dirt/grass (it depends on what you get). We tried 2 different sites. We watched others move sites while checking for something more preferable. For kids and folks who know what to expect this place is likely an 8 out of 10. For just needing a place to stay to be in the area you don't get many choices. So you have to make the best of it. The staff is helpful and very friendly - they get a 10. We camped at Yogi Bear Jellystone Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $39.00
This campground's website makes it look much nicer than it is. It isn't a dump, but the infrastructure is somewhat shabby. Would I return? Possibly, for a night or two, if I couldn't find someplace better. The roads are poorly designed and have storm drains sunk in them, causing you to have difficulty when you pass over them. In some cases the storm drain pipes act as speed bumps. Sites are narrow - hardly had room to put out our awning. Sites are fairly level but not well-maintained. They need gravel and other maintenance. Staff is friendly and helpful. They greet you when they see you on the grounds, offer help when needed, and are knowledgeable about the various animals and attractions at the park. Pool is nice, w/a children's water park separated by a fence. Pool was not heated during our visit on 9/20-21/14. There are several scheduled activities each day and other facilities, which would attract children. Park had a few "permanent" or seasonal units that were not well maintained and made the rest of the park look shabbier than it is. We camped at Yogi Bear Jellystone Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $42.00
No level campsites, I broke a electric jack trying to auto level my coach. All are gravel pads, some grass and mud. Would not honor Passport America advertised price of $30 (2014 price) they said the ad was wrong. Friendly staff, but pool was covered and the campsites were not worth $42 a night. We camped at Yogi Bear Jellystone Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $12.00
We had a 3+ week work project in Carrollton, so booked a site for a month. That brought our nightly rate to $12 (YOU CAN'T BEAT THAT!). The owners were there to check us in (very nice folks) and offered us the Wi-Fi (for $5+ a month) and the satellite box rental ($1 a day) which we took advantage of. We stayed in site #59 at the top of the hill, just a few spaces off the main entrance. It's been great. We have received a Fed Ex order here, we can ship out our completed work reports via the mail box at the entrance. We don't have children but we has enjoyed seeing all the different critters here; macaws, peacocks, desert tortoises, alligators, pot bellied pig, and even feed the rabbits carrots. :) We can ride our bicycles around the paved driveways. The only thing that's a bit "different" is the layout. Because all the sites are pull-through, all the driveways are 1-way. So, you need to circle the entire park to get to your site. But that keeps folks from parking every which way. The spaces are not cramped, but certainly not as spacious as a state or county park would be. Convenient? You betcha! And we would stay here again - in a heartbeat when working in the area. Even if only for a night or two. AWESOME place if you have children. We camped at Yogi Bear Jellystone Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $18.00
We used Passport America discount. We arrived and did not realize it was not valid on Friday night. When we called ahead, we told the receptionist that we use PPA. She did not tell us it was not valid for the Friday night, but they did give us the discount price. Otherwise, we were going to leave. A lot for the kids to do. There are McCalls, alligators, rabbits, and turtles. It is a great place set up for kids to enjoy. Very clean and people are very friendly. Would go back on Passport rates, but could get expensive at just a quick overnight stop. Lot of people are using the park and a lot of kids. That is what they are attracting. They are updating a lot. We camped at Yogi Bear Jellystone Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $43.00
I rated this place low for several reasons. We came in for my husband to work in the area. He only wanted to pay for 3 nights until he was sure he had the job, then we would switch to monthly. I explained this to the owner's wife (she checked us in). At no time were we told that switching from nightly to monthly would require us to move. I found that out when I went to pay for a month (they did apply the 3 paid nights to the monthly charge). We also paid $5 for a month of wifi, which was either unavailable for long periods or interrupted constantly. We also paid for Direct TV at $1 per day. On getting to our site, we realized that there was no way to screw our sewer hose into the sewer pipe. When we asked how to seal the connection, we were told to just push our sewer hose into the hole, which is very unsanitary. Their laundry is decent, but the dryers require 2 cycles (at $1.75 per) to dry a minimal load of towels or denim. After several days, my husband received a call to go to a different job. I asked at the office about a refund, only to find out that they do not normally do this. There was nothing on the website or in the office stating that there were no refunds. The owner finally did refund a minimal amount of our electric deposit. Basically, we paid for a full month, plus paid for wifi & Direct TV & only received about 2/3 of our electric deposit back. We stayed a total of 9 nights & that amount of time cost us $386.79. The office staff consisted of camper folks, & they were all quite friendly & helpful. They are the only reason that I rated this park with anything more than a big zero. We will not return to this campground. We camped at Yogi Bear Jellystone Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $36.00
Park is kinda laid out weird as the majority of the sites which are pull thrus are designed in a wheel like pattern and you are placed facing out not in. Utilities worked properly and you are escorted to you site. Work Kampers run the place and they are friendly and helpful. Laundry needs updating and only has 3 washers and 3 dryers - $1.75 for each. Only about 15 rigs or so when we were there. Work Kamper said it gets nuts in the summer. Probably won't stop again. We camped at Yogi Bear Jellystone Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $33.00
This is an excellent park for either staying a while or for one-night stops. All pull-thru sites. Only problem was that they advertise cable, but it's actually satellite and costs $3/day. We camped at Yogi Bear Jellystone Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $46.00
We love Jellystone parks. This one was our first experience. The activities for the kids are so fun, the staff was helpful, the place was well maintained and friendly. The fellow campers were so nice. I loved all the animals that were about..rabbits, tortoises, an alligator, parrots..and the list goes on. The hayride was a blast. Yogi was a hit. Negatives: They said my sewage was in a weird place (behind my tires on the driver side) and we had a hard time finding a spot for my RV. I didn't have trouble anywhere else so I thought this was weird. I also had a problem with sites not being level. I wish they had concrete pads instead of rocks. There were more level sites, but I didn't get one ..both times we stayed there. We camped at Yogi Bear Jellystone Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $33.00
There were many "permanent" living sites that were very trashy. The sites were extremely close together. They were next to a playground where children could have easily tripped over or messed with our sewer and electric hookups. On the other side of our camper the adjacent site's sewer hookup was right by our picnic table! We camped at Yogi Bear Jellystone Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2013 - $41.00
We overnighted here on our way back from a trip to Texas in our 40' DP pulling a full sized crew-cab pickup. The park was in initially concerned me due to it's location off a tiny little side road that was in very poor condition and had an extreme grade to it. The park itself feels bleak, drab and doesn't have much character. The satellite TV we paid for didn't work, and since the office was in winter hours, I couldn't get it fixed by the time we were done setting up. Beware you have to run a cable out your window directly to it, in most cases. The interior roads were in fair condition, the sites were gravel and extremely un-level. Our site required full extension of the rear jacks to get close to level. This seemed to be the case for many as I looked around and saw similar extension, blocking, board pile-ups on other rigs. Many extended use, residents living here, thankfully everything seemed to be kept clean and orderly. We camped at Yogi Bear Jellystone Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $15.00
Rate is PA rate. This was an OK overnight stop. Park was a little difficult to find although it was only a mile or so off I-20; follow the signs not GPS. Check in was easy, staff friendly, escorted us to our site. Sites were a bit unlevel. We didn't use any of the facilities but all looked clean and nice. They seem to have a lot of local activities, kids parties, etc. When we were leaving, a school bus full of kids on a field trip came in. At PA rate an OK overnight stop, and would not hesitate to stop in here again when on the road. We camped at Yogi Bear Jellystone Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $15.00
While the $15.00 which reflects Passport America's discount was decent, that is the only thing that was. The site we had (all sites) was very unlevel and was difficult to adjust. All interior roads were gravel and although I normally don't downgrade a park because of that, this gravel was more like large rocks which made walking very uncomfortable. Nearly half the park was permanent residents and their sites were straight from Trash City. Outside of just walking the dog around the campground, there was very little space to walk. The staff was courteous and helpful, but we will not stay there again. This place is just sad. We camped at Yogi Bear Jellystone Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $39.00
Park charges for extra people even when pool is closed and no activities are available. You have to pay for a satellite box for cable tv and it requires the wire to be pushed through a slide or a window. Management was indignant and said the kids could have petted the reptiles and ridden the train if we asked for it. No shade at all. Very little effort to make the park anything beyond a parking lot. Playground equipment was too hot for kids to use due to lack of shade. I saw them cleaning pool tile with toilet brush. Yuck! We camped at Yogi Bear Jellystone Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
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