We have visited several Yogi franchises in the mid-west. This campground was a tight fit. There is not alot of green space. We travel with a 17' Jayco. Our sight was tight. Be prepared to walk up hill or down hill everywhere you go. Having said that, we were only 1/2 mile from six flags and 30 minutes from downtown Saint Louis. We spent the day in-town. Lack of green space was not really an issue. We were tired at the end of the day. The pool is spacious and well maintained. However, you have to walk across the parking lot to either the general store or comfort station attached to the ranger station if you have to use a restroom. Both of which are slightly downhill from the pool. The General store is expansive and well stocked. The comfort station has 3 shower stalls. It is very clean. However, I did not like that only a curtain separated me from the general public. If someone were to enter & use the bathroom I felt un-easy. I would prefer a door. I felt a little exposed. We enjoyed our stay & the kids really like the activities. The crafts are similar to other Yogi parks. In-expensive but fun. We will return here if we visit STL in the future. The benefit of being so close to Six Flags is worth the trip.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Conveniently located less than a mile from the gate of Six Flags and nestled among 35 wooded acres; our award-winning family resort offers all the fun and adventure of a back-to-nature vacation combined with first class resort amenities. We offer a wide variety of accomodations, from wooded tent sites to two bedroom resort cottages. Earn free Six Flags tickets with our Super Saver packages, which help you plan a fun filled, budget-friendly vacation for the whole family. We offer planned recreation, a swimming pool, daily character visits with Yogi Bear, and so much more! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Yogi Bear`s Jellystone Park Hotel Eureka