We stayed over July 4th.
The first night (3rd) was ok. Men's toilets were not flushing and dirty.
Night of 4th was dreadful. Ladies restrooms almost unusable and not clean at all- 2 were blocked.....
People letting fireworks off and no one seemed to be stopping them. We were scared as we were in a tent- not Rv- as tents are not fire resistant. Maybe in the US this is not considered dangerous .......
Noise until almost 2am from site behind- kids were running around blowing whistles at midnight and kicking balls. Radios were on loudly, cars moving around.We couldn't sleep and staff did nothing.
Got told lot of rules- must wear wrist bands or will be asked to leave, if you use your own firewood, you will get 200 dollars fine...... I saw other campers rip branches off trees..... And no one seemed to be wearing wrist bands. Staff didn't take any action.
People seemed to just walk through your campsite no even less privacy as sites very close together.
For 50 dollars for 2 people in tent site with no services and dirty restrooms plus we got no sleep- very very poor value. Would not stay here again or in any other property in franchise.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Family friendly campground with various different accommodations such as no hook up tent sites, water/electric sites, full service sites, premium sites, and 3 different types of cabin rentals. Amenities offered at the park vary depending on the camping season, be it spring, summer or fall. Amenities offered are: laser tag, mini golf, archery, an air jumping pillow, swimming pool, splash pad, 2 large water slides, water wars, 2 playgrounds, volleyball and basketball courts, horseshoes, catch and release fishing pond,arcade, outdoor movie theater, and scheduled children's activities. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Yogi Bear`s Jellystone Campground Hotel Caledonia