This campground has a large number of permanent campers who are not very friendly and act like they own the whole park. During our whole stay we felt like we were in a trailer park that nobody wanted us in. The pool area and playground are too small and were always packed. We will never return to this park, by far the worst place we have ever stayed simply because we felt so unwelcome by the regulars. Also the small pool and water park are open to the locals, a lot of wild teens. Too crowded and unsafe for small kids. We wasted a lot of money here because they wouldn't allow us a refund. Never again. We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone at Gloucester Point in a Travel Trailer.
Great staff and very friendly seasonal campers (which is not always the case). There is a super play area for the kids and lots of activities for them. We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone at Gloucester Point in a Tent Trailer.
We camped here for 4 nights in a 31ft RV and had a pull thru site which was very long. We really enjoyed this campground. There is a nice pool with an attached small splash area and 2 small water slides (not open the entire day.) Also a jumping pillow, movies at night, small rec center, and adequate store. Nice boat dock area where everyone fished. Very nice enclosed dog park on high ground. WiFi but no cable. Bathrooms had complete toilet sink and shower in each room. Only complaints were that bathrooms needed more hooks and benches, and the area right outside our front door was muddy. We didn't have enough room to put out our outdoor rug. It rained hard our last day there and there was lots of standing water. Also, they really need more bathrooms because many sites are taken by tent campers in groups with lots of people. Be aware that they sell memberships to locals to use the pool so it can get crowded. This campground is off the beaten path a little and you have to pay a $1 per axle toll on bridge. We enjoyed the seclusion and were still no more than 30 minutes from major attractions. Highly recommend this campground. We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone at Gloucester Point in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground has improved by leaps and bounds. The owners are invested in making this a family friendly place. With the jumping pillow, snack bar, pools, docks..etc...there was a ton to do. Of course there are still improvements that could be made, but it is 100% better than it was. I would recommend this campground for families. We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone at Gloucester Point in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $58.00
Staff could be more friendly. Lots are gravel and were small. People living at this campground were not friendly at all. This place gave me the feel I was at trailer park not a campground. Place is hard to find with out a GPS. Was really expecting more from a "Yogi Bear" campground. Was extremely disappointed and would absolutely not recommend staying here. Don't waste your money. Pictures and brochure are very misleading. The jumping pillow was nice, but other than that, I feel like I wasted money on this campsite. We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone at Gloucester Point in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $53.00
Think this campground is Extremely overpriced for what you get. No cable but TV reception was pretty good with a converter. Gravel sites are very narrow which makes it almost impossible to keep mud and dirt from being tracked in. Could not get WiFi to work even though I'm fairly computer literate. Management said: 'well it should have worked'. Bathrooms were very clean and nice. There is a private stall and shower for each one. Difficult to find if you don't have a GPS. We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone at Gloucester Point in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $53.00
Pool was green (not intentionally), trash was on the ground and not cleaned up throughout the park during our entire 2-week stay. Wi-Fi was off more than on. Overnight/2-night campers (including a small local Good Sam chapter) were assigned spaces immediately beside us though most of the park was empty, including the entire row of full-hook-up pull-through we were in. The Good Sam group allowed some of their dogs to run loose, preventing us from sitting outside with our own dog. The one directly under our bedroom window left his 3 yappy dogs alone for hours each day with the windows and curtains open so that they barked constantly, and complaints to the park did no good. We were unable to enjoy 5 days of our 2-week stay because of the staff's inappropriate space assignments, but no offer of any kind was made to compensate us for the discomfort or inconvenience. We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone at Gloucester Point in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $58.00
Sites need gravel, roads in the park need repair, staff not too friendly. The pool, water slide, and the jumping pillow is nice for the kids. Also, the hay rides and boat docks were good. We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone at Gloucester Point in a Motorhome.
Stayed in a travel trailer on "Hero's Weekend" honoring Fire/EMS/Police. Quiet park with good water access. We were parked at the front of the park. Liked clean bath house with the individual bathrooms with showers. Kids loved the bounce pillow, pool, and clubhouse checkers. Looked as if they are doing upgrades. The hookups could be use some TLC and some signage getting to the park. But for cost and location we will go back! We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone at Gloucester Point in a Travel Trailer.
This campground it now operated as a Yogi Bears Jellystone Resort. They have made many upgrades to the park since last year. They have added a jumping pillow for the kids and a larger playground area. They have a really nice fishing and crabbing pier that all registered campers can use without buying a license. A number of trees have been removed which makes maneuvering and parking much easier. The campground is very quiet. The staff is friendly and helpful. We already have reservations made here for another weekend later this year. In periods of heavy rain the low end of the campground near the river is prone to flooding. Be aware of this when making your reservations. We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone at Gloucester Point in a Fifth Wheel.
Steadily improving with a new jump pillow and additional pull through sites. Wish the pool was open, but we were 2 weeks too early. Can't wait to go back in June. The staff/seasonal people are so nice and my husband loves partying with them. Great place for our kids; they enjoy it. We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone at Gloucester Point in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $48.00
Yes this campground is apart of the Yogi Bear campgrounds but in my opinion they haven't grasped the idea of what a Yogi Bear Campground is all about. The office was closed every day through the week except for a Friday and Saturday. The owners are accessible during the day when you see them riding around on their golf carts. They only have one scheduled activity on Saturday and Sunday for the whole week, so my kids were not liking that much. We're use to most Yogi Bear campground have scheduled activities every hour or so to keep us busy. There's a lot of permanent campers at this campground which to me is very unusual for a Yogi Bear campground. We camped here for 4 nights on Halloween weekend in site #60 which is in the middle of the campground and a good ways from the docks. Our site was flooded by knee deep water from storm surge, so that was FUN! There's no cable and antenna reception was very weak, so no access to local channels. We moved all of our water logged stuff to higher ground to dry but overall no warning from the owners that flooding that far from the docks was going to happen. All in all, I was not impressed with this campground when there's other Yogis in the area they are WAY better. We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone at Gloucester Point in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $45.00
We enjoy this campground which is now a Yogi Bear. This is our 3rd trip here. Our kids absolutely love it and the seasonal people are lots of fun. Great activities for the adults and kids. We always look forward to coming back. The campground is still in the works but it will be a great place once they are done. The Wi-Fi is very very slow but that is expected considering where they are located and the trees. Can't wait to come back. We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone at Gloucester Point in a Travel Trailer.
This campground changed to Yogi Bear Gloucester Point in 2011. This place is not what you are used to if you like to go to Yogi Campgrounds. We were disappointed the minute we arrived. First complaint was lack of any signage to the campground. We arrived on a Wednesday and missed the turn on an almost unmarked road and had to find a place to turn our 33ft camper around. Luckily it was the middle of the day on a Wednesday so we were able to drive about 1-2 miles in a residential neighborhood and block the intersection to back up the trailer to turn around. It was not easy. We noticed that on the weekend they put up temporary signs to point to the campground. Those were not there during the week and would have saved us a lot of time and frustration when we first arrived. The second complaint I have was the water zone and pool area. Both are nice but the slides are small (one story high). This is not at all like most other Yogi’s we have stayed at where the slides are big and tend to keep the kids entertained for a while. My kids, ages 10 and 9 were bored after about 2-3 slides down. The pool and “water zone” if you want to call it that are way way too small for the campground size. During the week it was fine but on the weekend it was full to capacity in 20 minutes of opening. There was not a chair to be found and hardly a place to put a chair if you wanted to bring your own. It’s a pretty big campground and it was just way too small of a pool area. There is plenty of room right beyond the pool (a large field) where they could have made the water zone or pool area larger but I guess they didn’t want to spend the money. Lastly I was disappointed in the activities. During the summer most Yogi Campgrounds usually have tons of activities going on during the week and on the weekends. They had almost NO activities until Friday evening. My kids were very disappointed. We go to Yogi Campgrounds as our destination because they have so many activities going on. This one did not. The arcade was bare bones at best. I think they had 4-5 old video games. Maybe they will get better as this is their first year as a Yogi but I feel they have a way to go to even come close to comparing to other Yogi’s we have stayed at. A couple of nice things were the bath houses – very nice and the staff – they were always very friendly. And if you have a boat – they are right on the water. We probably would not go back there again. We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone at Gloucester Point in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: April, 2011 - $42.00
They are adding more showers and bathrooms, sprucing up the place especially compared to what it used to be like! Very nice kiddie activities! The older section is where the lifers are at and where the majority of the noise comes from. We prefer the quiet side of life now and where we were it was generally very quiet except LOT's of golf cart traffic, they ride around at ALL hours drinking and carrying on loudly as they whiz past the sites which is frustrating. And don't really expect the place to completely quiet down at 11pm, their posted "quiet time". Even the management is loud after 11pm. We'll go again to give them one more try and hopefully the worst thing again will be the golf carts. We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone at Gloucester Point in a Travel Trailer.