We tent camped at Jellystone this past weekend and this is the first time we stayed at a more 'commercial' site vs. using the State Park system. We were disappointed. Jellystone is in need of major upkeeps and upgrades. The swimming lake and mini golf course they tote on their website were in horrible shape....in particularly the swimming lake, was more swamp than anything. Strange color due to possible fertilizer run off and sludgy. As a parent, I told my kids to stay clear but it didn't matter b/c my kids didn't even want to dip their toes in it. We camped on a river sight and there is no denying that the view was absolutely gorgeous and was the one thing that made our trip more bearable. But even the camp spots here are all in a line and not wooded...you don't get a secluded, in the woods camping experience at all. AND, the bathrooms are a BIG hike from here up a 40 some step staircase. So not convenient at all. Not to mention the train track on the other side of the river so you hear trains coming thru all night But to give credit where credit is due...the only other plus was the jumping pillow...this was fun! I had alot of friends waiting to hear what we thought of this campground b/c they were interested in future visits but I won't steer any of them in this direction. We were disappointed!
- Also Known As:
- Yogi Bear`s Jellystone Park At Natural Bridge Hotel Natural Bridge Station