We were disturbed by our neighbors with their loud mouths and all the kids arguing after 10 P.M. until the wee hours Saturday night, July 6, 2013 (The neighbors that took the site of the the noisy neighbors that left Saturday A.M. from Friday nite.) and the group in the other direction in the cabin, 2 sites away from us. We were on site 177 Saturday night with our daughter and son-in-law, but both days, they and we probably got to actually sleep 4 hours total in 2 nights camping. Where was security to enforce "quiet time" at your campground? The guests on the other side of us , with a dog , were friendly, quiet and courteous.
I'm 64 years old and was told I had to be age 12 or under to try the water slides. The other slides were not even "open" in the afternoon! And we had to walk far to the pool from site 177. Other campgrounds provide hayrides to the office and pool area. We could have driven, but were afraid we'd be stopped because when we checked in, we were told we could only park by the site for 20 minutes. You cannot have everything in the tent all night, especially foods. There were a lot of cars for the sites in the back row. Extra people were getting in after hours to stay all night. Again, where was your security? We won't be back and we love tent camping.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Family friendly campground with various different accommodations such as no hook up tent sites, water/electric sites, full service sites, premium sites, and 3 different types of cabin rentals. Amenities offered at the park vary depending on the camping season, be it spring, summer or fall. Amenities offered are: laser tag, mini golf, archery, an air jumping pillow, swimming pool, splash pad, 2 large water slides, water wars, 2 playgrounds, volleyball and basketball courts, horseshoes, catch and release fishing pond,arcade, outdoor movie theater, and scheduled children's activities. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Yogi Bear`s Jellystone Campground Hotel Caledonia