Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resorts has opened seven new locations in preparation for the busiest time of year for family vacations. Swimming pools, water slides, splash grounds, jumping pillows, wagon rides, foam parties, and encounters with Yogi Bear costumed characters are some of the most notable features of Jellystone Park locales. Cabins and RV sites are among the options available to guests for glamping and camping.
Franchised establishments of Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park operate across the United States and Canada at over 75. Camp resorts that have recently opened:
Southern New Jersey’s Jellystone Park: A few weeks ago, the former Hospitality Creek Campground and Swim Club in Monroe was transformed into a Jellystone Park. It is a place of a 30-acre lake with a rope swing, obstacle course, diving docks, pool, playgrounds, and sports fields. The pleasure doesn’t stop when the sun goes down.
Texas city of Wichita Falls: One of America’s most popular family campgrounds has re-joined the Jellystone Park family. Three swimming pools, a splash pad, mini-golf, and other activities are available for children. Many glamping cabins are available, as well as a farmhouse that can accommodate up to 14 people. Coyote Ranch was the last name of the park.
Camp Jellystone’s Vice President of Marketing, Trent Hershenson, expressed excitement about the new locations. In recent years, Jellystone Park has hosted many families, and they are delighted at the prospect of more families visiting the park this year.
These five new venues opened to the public earlier this year, making Jellystone Park even more accessible to families.
It is Augusta, Maine, and it is a beautiful city. There is a half-mile stretch of lovely Androscoggin Lake frontage at the Jellystone Park that was once the Beaver Brook Campground. An 18-hole mini-golf course, sports courts and playgrounds fill up a complete program of activities and character encounters at the park.
Chincoteague Island, Virginia — This campsite is now being extended and renovated. The planned upgrades include new playground equipment, basketball and pickleball courts, pavilion enclosures, new landscaping, and road improvements. There are also plans for more rental cabins, glamping tents, and RV rentals.
Illinois town of New Douglas: Rustic Acres Jellystone Park is an hour from St. Louis and Springfield, Illinois, and has two lakes for fishing, a swimming pool, a jumping pillow, laser tag, gaga ball pit, hayrides, two playgrounds, and themed weekends.
Located in the northwestern corner of the state of Michigan — Petoskey. This year, this campground plans to add 67 RV spots and 20-holiday homes to its inventory. Yogi Bear costumed figures, along with a heated pool, hot tub, and sports courts for basketball and sand volleyball, may be seen here.
Ohio’s Stark County: Clay’s Park Resort, located south of Cleveland, has been transformed into a Jellystone Park. An enormous lake, water slides and dueling zip lines make the 500-acre camp resort a must-see for families. The development of a new swimming pool and water play area has begun. The National Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds named Clay’s Park Resort its Park of the Year for 2021.
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