Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort

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A unique recreational resort, open all year long that offers beautiful surroundings, outdoor adventure and fun for the whole family. Over 100 large RV sites situated among large oak tress, with some lakeside sites, 30/50 amp, WE&S. Rustic and deluxe cabins. Grills and fire rings for camp fires at each site. Mini golf, 300 ft. water slide, game room, pool, playground, sandy white beach, horseshoes, volleyball, paintball, karaoke, and lots more to do. Camp store and laundry room.

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 850-973-8269

Other Phone: 800-347-0174

Fax: 850-973-4114

Max Amps: 50

Total Sites: 100


  • 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


I-10, Exit 258 Madison FL (Hwy 53), S 600 ft. to Old St. Augustine Rd. 1 mi. on left.

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March 30, 2012

We arrived at the campground at about 3:00 pm and went to the office where we were checked-in by 2 nice young ladies. They gave me a map of the park and told me where my site was, but there was no escort to the site. I tried to follow the map, but got lost in the park due to poorly posted street signs and drove around for 10 minutes before finding my site. My wife and I were immediately amazed at the small number of campers in the park. I counted 5 including us. The sites were dirty with trash in the burn rings and leaves were all over the place. I had a friend who was stopping by later to pick up a letter so I went to the office and asked if he needed to check in when he arrived. I was told he needed to stop by the office and get a pass, but there was no mention of a fee to enter the park. When he arrived with 2 co-workers, he was told there was a $10 per person charge to enter the park. He explained that he was only going to visit for about an hour and was told there were no exceptions that he had to pay the fee. I went to the office and asked the ladies at the counter if there was any way they could waive the fee and was told by 1 lady “This is policy and I go strictly by policy.” I asked to speak to the manager and the lady who told me she was the manager. I asked if there was any kind of appeal process and she told me no. I asked who owned the park and she told me to go to the park’s web site and the owner would be listed there. I have been a full-timer since August 2011 and have stayed at over 35 campgrounds in Florida. I have never heard of visitors paying a fee to visit registered campers.

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