Jellystone Park Camp- Resort

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Attracting hundreds of thousands of tourists annually, Mammoth Cave and the land above it was designated a National Park by the federal government in 1941. It is the longest known cave system in the world with over 350 miles of passageways and underground river systems. In 1981, the area became a World Heritage Site and was designated an International Biosphere Reserve by the United Nations in 1990 because of its unique environment and ecology. In many ways, Mammoth Cave National Park is really two parks in one with the serenity and solitude of the caves below ground and the rugged beauty of over 80 square miles of forests, wildlife, rivers, and trails above. Check with our Reservation Desk for information on cave tours and schedules along with information on “surface” recreational and educational programs offered by the U.S. Park Service. It’s your tax dollars at work! Take advantage of them! For tour information call 1-800-967-2283

Email: [email protected]

Phone: (270) 773-3840

Other Phone: 1-800-523-1854

Fax: 270-773-4369

Check-in Time: 12:00 noon

Check-out Time: 11:00 AM

Latitude/Longitude: 37.134675 , -85.995448


  • tenting
  • store
  • swimming pool
  • fishing
  • lp gas
  • modem connection
  • pullthrus
  • sewer hookups
  • laundry
  • other swimming
  • rentals
  • pets
  • cable tv
  • lodging
  • dump station
  • recreation hall
  • boating
  • group area
  • phone hookups
  • slideouts
  • wi-fi


Travel I-65 south from Louisville, KY or I-65 north from Nashville, TN to Exit 53, Cave City, KY. Take HWY 70 West toward Mammoth Cave National Park for one mile to Jellystone Park's™ entrance. Look for "Yogi Bear

Reservation Info

All Campsites, Cabin Rentals, and Bunkhouses require an advance reservation and deposit to guarantee your stay. All discounted or reduced price weekends will require advance pre-payment of charges to guarantee the reservation. All reservations require a seven (7) day notice of cancellation for full refund less a $5.00 administrative fee. Sorry… but we do not give refunds due to inclement weather or other acts of Nature Our facility is very family oriented and appropriate conduct is required at all times! Alcohol consumption is allowed only at your site and moderation is expected at all times. Loud, rowdy or other inappropriate behavior of any kind will result in your removal from the park without benefit of any site refund

Pet Policy

Pets are allowed at your sites, but must be on leash at all times. In consideration of all guests, barking can not be tolerated and animals must accompany the owners when they leave the Resort property. Owners are liable and responsible for cleanup of all pet wastes. Pets are not allowed in any of the Rental Cabins by order of the Kentucky and the local Barren County Health Department

Campground Rules

Holiday weekends require a minimum three (3) day charge for all accommodations. No discounts apply and full pre-payment is required with your reservation. Non-holiday Cabin and Bunkhouse reservations require a minimum two (2) day charge. All Rental Unit reservations for more than two (2) nights are firm and no refund will be allowed for early departures. Cabin rentals for one (1) night are occasionally available on a "Spot" or "Walk In" basis as vacancies allow. Be sure to check with our Reservationist for any available dates Cabin rental rates are based on published occupancy limits. Additional persons above these limits are not allowed at any time. Please be advised that linens, cooking utensils, and dishes are not furnished with rental units. Rental units are expected to be left in reasonably clean condition and charges will be assessed for extraordinary cleaning or damages


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A family friendly themed campground


June 6, 2011

This campground historically has been a great first time camping event for young children, with non-stop activities, a relic waterslide, and old-thyme miniature golf course. Our children and now grandchildren have looked forward to their yearly sojourn; unfortunately, tough economic times and an amusement park at the next exit have largely turned the Cave City area into a ghost town, with most attractions and shops boarded up.

Worse yet is the parks policy of charging the locals a day fee to utilize an already woefully undersized pool and slide area; with no obvious limits in numbers, campers are often crowded out of the amenities on busy summer weekends despite paying a hefty camping fee that “includes” the price of all activities. Thankfully, the all inclusive price does not include the rental golf carts that zoom about 24 hours a day manned by semi-sober adults, any more of those and the place would be down right dangerous.

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