Yogi Bear's Jellystone CampResort - Sturbridge
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
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Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps, 20 Amps
Yogi Bear RV Park
This place is closed and bought out by another company and being redone. Supposed to be ready for next season.
I believe it's Pine Lake's that bought it.
We stayed 7/11 & 12/ 2017
Very old don't what you would expect from a " Jellystone brand" park. But everything worked and the staff was friendly
It is a camp ground, not a resort park
We stayed here for one night on our way home - basically just needed a place to dump tanks! Lots of seasonal campers here and by seasonal, I mean it looks like people have lived here for YEARS! Awnings covered with dirt, leaves, falling down, etc. Lots of families, loud radios playing. The fellow across from our site decided to use his leaf blower to clean all the caterpiller droppings from his site! The rules say no power tools, but guess he couldn't read! Pretty bad - I'd stay away
Yogi Bear Campground
I have stayed in other Yogi Bear Campgrounds and enjoyed them all. This campground is surviving on the name. I asked for a 50 amp site and got 30, the site also doesn't have a sewer dump, the roads are dirt, the permanent sites, look absolutely disgusting. The office doesn't even know the lay out of the campground. To add insult the site was $65.?? With a Good Sam discount! The internet worked for about 5 minutes.
Stayed overnight here in our trailer in June 2014. We have stayed at other Jellystone parks so we expected much much better. Dirt roads ring the sites so there is a lot of dust ( presumably mud if it rains). This park has seen it's better days as everything looks very used, bordering on dilapidated and it was expensive at $70+ per night. Staff was nice and helpful but that didn't make up for the ambiance/price ratio. Never again.