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Jellystone Park at Larkspur

650 Sky View Ln, Larkspur, CO 80118-4901
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Jellystone Park™ Larkspur is newly renovated and expanded Yogi Bear™ themed, family-oriented, resort that is part of the Yogi Bear™ franchise, owned by Sun RV Resorts. In addition to RV sites, cabin rentals, yurts, and adventure tents, our 100 acres plays host to themed activities, a WaterZone water park, pool, playground, sport courts, mini golf, arcade, mini bowling, comfort stations with showers and restrooms, an outdoor kitchen, general store, yoga lawn, eateries, hot tub, and a dog park. YOGI BEAR and all related characters and elements © & ™ Hanna-Barbera. (s20)
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Free parking
Yoga room
Poolside bar
Game room
Children's playground
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Hot tub
Fence around pool
Kids' meals
Outdoor dining area
Snack bar
Water park
Entertainment staff
Board games / puzzles
Highchairs available
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Meeting rooms
BBQ facilities
Convenience store
Gift shop
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor fireplace
Outdoor furniture
Picnic area
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun umbrellas
ATM on site
First aid kit
Self-serve laundry
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Air conditioning
Dining area
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Cable / satellite TV
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Mountain view
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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kim l wrote a review Aug 8
Castle Rock, Colorado5 contributions2 helpful votes
We are still here staying in our very nice Yogi Cabin. We have 2 elementary kids and one teenager. We are SO impressed with the renovation and new accommodations. I recommend you check them out. There is so much to do. I recommend a golf cart rental, which was the teenager’s favorite part. We went gem mining, grilled out, told ghost stories while making s’mores, and went to the water park. The water park is amazing. Get there early. We stayed here annually before the update and Jellystone is now at another level, for sure! The staff is nice and there is so much to do with the activity calendar. Our golf cart ran out of battery right away and we were taken care of right away. I wish we booked more than a couple of nights but we will be back!
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
Response from Marion Britt, Owner at Jellystone Park at Larkspur
Responded 4 days ago
Hello Valued Guest, Thank you for taking the time out to leave us with a great review. We pride ourselves on providing our guests with a great experience and we're happy to hear that your stay was enjoyed! Hope to see you again soon.
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Mackenzie C wrote a review Aug 7
Broomfield, Colorado35 contributions12 helpful votes
We traveled to Jellystone for a five night stay in late July. I have to agree with a previous review that the mask mandates and social distancing were non-existent. We wore our masks and social distanced, but we were in the minority. We aren't high risk, so it didn't bother us so much, but if you are high risk or very sensitive to these things, this is not the place for you. I carried around my own anti-bacterial wipes and spray hand sanitizer, which covered the bases well enough for us. We stayed in a Yogi cabin with two adults, one 15-year old, one 11-year old, and our little 8 year-old (5 total). It was tight, and we probably would rent two cabins in the future with our family configuration, but it was do-able. We also figured out too late that a Cindi cabin would have had more sleeping space and been better for us, so be sure to read the fine print on cabin configurations. There are only enough plates and cups for four people-- an oversight I hope they correct since this place can sleep up to 6. The main bed is small-- we couldn't (and still don't) believe it was a queen. The small stove worked for reheating things, but I literally could not boil a large pot of water, so I wouldn't put too much stock into prepping and preparing large meals. I loved how there were hooks all over the wall for keeping things organized. This really helped with our family with beach towels, masks, and keys, etc. There are several amenities provided for you, but there are some that are not. We found the following things to be essential, some of which we had brought and some of which we bought from the Target in Castle Rock while we were staying here: Bowls (literally-- there were none) beach towels (not provided) Dustbin and broom (may sound crazy, but there is pea gravel that gets into the cabins and was driving us crazy) extra dish towels (One is provided) Hotspot for wifi. Wifi isn't great, so if you NEED it, bring it yourself. Day cooler (for bringing drinks and snacks to the pool) Paper plates Ice cube trays (yes, seriously) S'mores fixings and squewers Earplugs (Yes, the train is noisy as are other guests every once in a while at night) A friend for your teenager (This is kind of a joke, but we did wish we had brought him a friend. There isn't much for teens to do alone, and it was hard for him to meet other kids. I do wish they had more teen-focused activities-- maybe something they will think about) Cash (for the ice cream truck, other services that come around) We just absolutely loved, loved, loved how much there was to do, and the activities, pools and crafts far outweighed any of the negatives for us. We did rent a cabana, and it was worth it for us. The cabanas are in the water park portion, which we didn't know, but it worked out OK. I liked having our own space where we could relax and congregate, especially with Corona-time (as my daughter calls it). We swam, slid, hot tubbed, golfed, bowled, bounced, and crafted ourselves into oblivion. There was never a dull moment, and we really liked this. I was especially impressed by the mini-golf course. You would easily pay $60 for a family to play this course in Denver. Really nice and super cute. Get a golf cart. Just do it. It was well worth it. Bowling was fun and worth the small price. Kind of broke a few times, but whatever. We actually visited this campground about four years ago before the renovation. It had many more trees, dirt roads, and a more down-home, nature feel. But the new renovation has transformed this place into a full-scale resort. If you're looking for a natural camping experience, this is NOT for you. If you want to put a smile on your kids' faces, this is the place! My kids are crazy about it. We saw a bear and several deer out of our back window, so while there isn't a lot of woodsy-like land, there is enough nearby to highlight some real nature! I'd never seen a bear before-- that was really cool. But also, there are bears here, so keep those dogs close. Here are some of my favorite things about our stay and accommodations: Cabana and lunch at the water park pool The pools really were just amazing The porch area off of the cabins is AMAZING and spacious. We spent a lot of time around the propane fire pit. Amazing memories. My girls LOVED painting the ceramics. Prices were reasonable, and it gave us a break from the sun. Hot tub, cold beverages Golf cart Pet-friendly accommodations Mini golf Kids loved the jumping pad and sports courts Nearby hiking (Son and I hiked Spruce Mountain trail down past Larkspur and it was really a great time) In a better time once Covid is under control, the Renaissance festival would be open down the street. This would be a great place to stay while visiting that. The people who work here are a mixed bag. Some are above and beyond, always smiling and willing to help. Some are just cranky and rude. I do think they will dial in their service level and iron out the kinks. We are already planning next year's trip.
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Date of stay: July 2020
Response from Marion Britt, Owner at Jellystone Park at Larkspur
Responded 1 week ago
Hello Valued Guest, We appreciate your positive feedback about your experience. We take pride in serving our guests and hope to see you again soon!  
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Rebecca N wrote a review Aug 3
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The park is right on interstate 25. The highway noise is absolutely terrible. The noise is never ending it's 24/7. We just felt like there was no peace. The amenities were good but I can find those else where. No shade to be found at the park.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
Response from Marion Britt, Owner at Jellystone Park at Larkspur
Responded 1 week ago
Hello Valued Guest, We are sorry that you are disappointed but appreciate your feedback. We are committed to providing you with a great experience and hope you give us another chance in the future.
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A Scott wrote a review Jul 2020
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Jellystone has nice amenities and great pools. HOWEVER, I was absolutely appalled at the lack of social distancing and enforcement of the mask laws here in Colorado. I would estimate that 60% of people blatantly violated the "requirements" set up at the resort. Even if these people are from out of state they need to comply with the laws here and the resort did nothing to stop it. For instance, there are signs before going into any indoor space that say "Masks required beyond this point". I watched person after person waltz right by the sign and up to the poor employees that are wearing masks. The employees are not comfortable asking people to comply. I don't know if it's ignorance or arrogance but this type of trashy behavior went unaddressed time after time. The lack of respect for others and our state was blatant. In addition, they have signs for pool/hot tub capacity but no monitoring. Hot tub has a 10 person max and it was frequently stuffed with close to 30 people. People on top of people at the pools. If Jellystone doesn't get the compliance issues addressed it will not only become COVID hotspot (if it hasn't already), I'd imagine the health department will shut it down. By not enforcing the mask/distancing regulations Jellystone is begging to get shut down. So yes. In a non-COVID world this place would be awesome. If you're looking to get infected and take something home to your elderly parents, or just don't care this place is for you.
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Date of stay: July 2020
Response from MB SunRVResorts, Owner at Jellystone Park at Larkspur
Responded 2 weeks ago
Hello Valued Guest, We are sorry that you are disappointed but appreciate your feedback. We are committed to providing you with a great experience and hope you give us another chance in the future.
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Turbo_343 wrote a review Jul 2020
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Newly and severely re-built. This park was amazing, and a ton of fun. Do not let the low star rating fool you, this is a must do if you have children! There is a awesome water park, bands on the lawn on the weekends, very nice restrooms' complete with showers that are free for all ect.
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Date of stay: July 2020
Room Tip: they offer golf carts, and this place is very large. I recommend getting one at your reservation...
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Response from MB SunRVResorts, Owner at Jellystone Park at Larkspur
Responded 2 weeks ago
Hello Valued Guest, We appreciate your positive feedback about your experience. We take pride in serving our guests and hope to see you again soon!  
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Frequently Asked Questions about Jellystone Park at Larkspur
Which popular attractions are close to Jellystone Park at Larkspur?
Nearby attractions include Columbine Open Space (1.1 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Jellystone Park at Larkspur?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, free parking, and a poolside bar.
Which room amenities are available at Jellystone Park at Larkspur?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a refrigerator, and a dining area.
What food & drink options are available at Jellystone Park at Larkspur?
Guests can enjoy a poolside bar, barbeque facilities, and an outdoor dining area during their stay.
Is parking available at Jellystone Park at Larkspur?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Jellystone Park at Larkspur?
Conveniently located restaurants include Larkspur Pizzaria & Cafe, Bear Dance Golf Club, and Spur of The Moment.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Jellystone Park at Larkspur?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a yoga room during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Jellystone Park at Larkspur?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Is Jellystone Park at Larkspur accessible?
Yes, it offers reduced mobility rooms. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.