Last minute trip in September to celebrate a birthday. Stayed in Boo-boo's cabin. Lots of space and plenty of sleeping accommodations for 4+. Recommend renting the golf cart to scoot around extensive grounds (and for the fun of it). Water park is the key attraction, but lots of other events (morning exercise with yogi, glitter tattoos, etc.). Park is pricey and books-up, so plan ahead.
Grandson had a blast and met new friends at camp. Loved that they did the wave and holler with the hayride! Wifi was only short fall. Enjoyed the veteran discount. Will definately be back next season.
A great place to stay even if you don't have children. Nice sites with excellent amenities. Which they offered some seasonal sites. We really liked the newly rennovated bathrooms. Very clean and nice.
Our first time at Jellystone with 4 kids and 4 adults. It was a great time. The staff was very helpful and accommodating. We stayed in a cabin with a loft and the place was clean and very cozy, still was comfortable. The park had events for kids which was very nice. The family had a great time cooking and enjoying the camp fire. Ware looking forward to the next time.
Previous Safari campground. RV sites were close. No privacy. Premium sites were nicely wooded, but very rocky. Limited to where you can set up your RV on the site. Too expensive, especially off season when pool is not open. Great for kids, but adults only are paying for amenities they would never use. Extra cost for a lock in rate and for early check in. Prefer not to stay here because of high prices. Prefer to stay at Greenbrier State Park, which offers a greater value, privacy and a true camping experience in a natural setting.