Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Canyon Lake, Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp-Resort Hill Country is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its proximity to great restaurants, Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp-Resort Hill Country makes it easy to enjoy the best of Canyon Lake.
Rooms at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp-Resort Hill Country provide a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a kitchenette, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
You can also enjoy a pool while staying at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp-Resort Hill Country. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Yogi Bear`s Jellystone Park Hill Country Hotel.
While you’re here, be sure to check out Granny D's, one of the diners that can be found in Canyon Lake, which is a short distance from Yogi Bear`s Jellystone Park Hill Country Hotel.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than The Heritage Museum of the Texas Hill Country, which is a popular Canyon Lake history museum – and it is conveniently located a short distance from the motel.
Yogi Bear`s Jellystone Park Hill Country Hotel is sure to make your visit to Canyon Lake one worth remembering.
My entire family, cousins, kids and I went to visit Yogi Bear Park. There were many activities that are not allowed at this time due to Covid. Swimming pool is also limited on when you can go in and when you can’t. My biggest complaint is at check out, we could not find our room Key. I offered to take the spare key, or copy they must have because they opened my cabin when I asked them too. They claim they don’t have one (remind you they opened my cabin for me) and that I had to pay a fee. The lady at the counter don’t know how much to charge, so she asked the lady next to her and she said $50. The way she said it made it seem like they just made up a number. Who charges $50 for a regular not chipped key. Again I offered to drive to Walmart and make a copy/replacement for them and they said no. They would change out the doors hardware. Now you know they are not going to change out no hardware. They just going to use the extra key they have. $50 for a key is outrageous. And no where on the check in disclosure does it say they charge $50. They just say you will be charged a damage fee. $50 ????? What ever. Making up a number is not the way to go. There was 25 of us that went, renting 4 cabins, and over $50, we will not visit this park again. We spent over $6,000 dollars and they worried about $50. Well, there is you $50 and won’t see us again. I don’t mind paying for damages, but these ladies behind the counter acted like they didn’t care about the customers at all. Won’t go back…
We had a great time lots to do for the kiddos. The kids had a super fun time on what we started calling the jelly belly (jumping area). Even Papaw got up there and jumped around. We had a super time and we will be back.
It was our 6th year in a row to stay at this Yogi Bear, and we had just as much fun as we always do! The lodge rooms have received a very nice update. The staff took care to provide safety precautions, while still enduring that we all had a good time! Can't wait for our next trip!
I read the website, clicked on the COVID banner and read it ALL. No where does it say hours of operation are limited. Left two messages and no return phone call. Received the check in email the day prior to arrival, check-in is at 4pm. We arrive at 4:05, registration is closed. Track someone down who alerted registration we had questions about check-in. We were told we were doing “late check-in because they were closed.” I then spoke to an assistant GM, who acknowledged the irony of closing at check-in time. However, she then explained pool and bouncy pillow hours were from 11-3:00 and somewhere in there was cleaning break. She said it was all on the website; however, the 5/14 update does not state any HOURS being limited secondary to COVID 19. Drove 4 hours with 3 kids excepting to have fun with a limited number of people doing activities secondary to social distancing. Nope, left with a refund, 4 hour drive home and 3 disappointed kids.…
My daughter's State Piano competition for May 16 was cancelled due to Covid-19. We booked Jellystone Hill Country to stay, but since the event was cancelled, we cancelled our reservation. The clerk informed me that they would refund all but $25.00 of our reservation, and that the $25 was their cancellation fee. I asked that in light of so many things being cancelled due to Covid-19, would they possibly waive the $25 fee. I was told by the clerk that right now their policy is to waive the fee for anyone who's stay is before April 30. I told her that I understand that's their policy, but since the State Piano Competition is being cancelled due to Covid-19 that I requested they make an exception. She said that she could not. I asked her if she would please ask her manager or her corporate office. She was not friendly at all, and was belittling. I totally understand that everyone is frustrated with all the uncertainty right now. We told my daughter that since the competition was cancelled and we had to cancel our travel plans, we would schedule a time this summer to stay here because she was looking forward to it. We have heard nothing but good things about this place, but since they are going to keep $25.00 of my money because we had to cancel due to Covid-19, they will not be getting anymore of my money in the future. Very disappointed.…