New Hampshire has many great campgrounds, unfortunately Jelly Stone Park in Ashland is not one of them. We booked a rustic camping cabin similar to ones we have stayed in before at other campgrounds. The cabins were right on top of each other. It felt more like a city than a campground. The cabin itself was ok with the exception of a terrible smell and a refrigerator that kept tripping the circuit. The gentleman from maintenance was nice and helpful, but really didn't fix the problem. The shower house was the worst one I have been to. I noticed the housekeeping staff cleaning them, but I'm not sure what they cleaned. There was just filth everywhere; on the walls, the floor, the ceiling. They were so bad one day, I washed my hair at the cabin cold water faucet. The bathroom/shower doors are setup to stay open with no screen doors on them, so needless to say there were more things crawling in the shower with you then I would care to talk about. Just put some screen doors in people. The front office staff couldn't be bothered with concerns. Their "water slides" while a good attempt are mostly a joke. One water slide was closed because Velcro kept coming apart and scratching the riders. There was not enough staff to monitor the riders. My two children lost interest with the slides after about 10 minutes, so we went swimming in the cloudy pool. I say cloudy, because my daughter lost her sunglasses in 5 five feet of water and we never found them. There is something wrong with the water quality when you can't even see your own feet! On a few occasions scheduled activities that my kids went to at the pavilion were non existent! No staff were there and other people were also wondering what was going on. Bottom lines is, you have many choices with campgrounds in New Hampshire spend your money somewhere else.
- Also Known As:
- Yogi Bear`s Jellystone Park Hotel Ashland
- Yogi Bears Jellystone Park Ashland