We stayed here on a last minute decision on our way to Nashville. Found it in the Woodalls book, we stayed in site #19. It had an incredible view, lakefront site, but ABSOLUTELY NO SHADE. For $63 I would have expected a full hook up, but only had W/E. The girl at the desk was very friendly, the site was semi level, and the overall appearance of the campground was OK at best. The bathhouse was dirty, the roads were fairly narrow and hilly. Glad we did not end up in a spot on the other side of the resort. If you are a boater, this is the place for you, not for us.
Overall on a busy 4th of July weekend the campground did a good job. But to show up and not have our grass cut, and a TON of mosquitoes. We were in the pull through section, site was semi level and big enough for all our outdoor swag. Daughter had a good time with Yogi and friends, the pool was VERY crowded, but to be expected on a hot holiday weekend.
We stayed in the full hook up section, the site was very narrow, such that we did not have a campfire. The site was semi-level. They have rules but don't enforce them. The kids on golf carts are unsafe, the pool clearly states "No Glass", yet people are bringing in bottles by the cooler full. Yogi was the only character we saw, he was not around much, which upset the kids. Not alot of activities like other Yogi's we have been to, and no movies: boo hiss. We would not recommend to others.
This was our first adventure at Jellystone's and we were quite happy with it. We were in the full hook up section (site 129), it had a concrete pad for a patio, but was a little cramped. Water pressure was a little low, and fire pits are small. It was clean and the staff was very friendly. There are extra charges for some of the activities, but we found them fun and good for the kids. I have already recommended this campground to other campers, we will try another Jellystone on the future.