We are a family of 4, our boys are 11 and 8. We spent 2 nights Tent Camping in June for Father's Day Weekend. The showerhouse was cleaned twice daily and the shower stalls were VERY roomy. The facility offered tons of activities for the kids and they wore themselves out daily to the point of falling asleep while eating dinner. They made lots of friends and proclaimed it the best part (Well, tied with Legoland) of our 18 day trip over camping on the pacific coast, Yosemite Valley and Grand Canyon. The staff was very kind and pleasant. They were always offering to take an all-inclusive family photo when they were happening by. The trail up the mountain offers some lovely views for some photo ops…there was a pretty beautiful view from our campsite too♡.
Very kid-friendly campground with tons of activities for them and adults. Game rooms, pool, hiking, etc. Some of the sites are a little challenging to get into with a big camper, but doable. We'd defininately go back again. Just a few minutes from downtown Estes Park. Beautiful setting!!
so posh with all the playgrounds and activities. worth the cost to get showers, water and power.
We stayed at the Yogi Bear Jellystone Campground outside of Estes Park for 3 nights in early August. We had a water / electric site with our pop-up and it was in a perfect location near the bathhouse on the upper part of the main loop. I was surprised at how large the campsites are - lots of room around the fire pit and picnic table even with our camper and main vehicle. The location approximately 4 miles outside of Estes Park is great - it took us
This campground close to Estes Park is a bit out of the way but worth the visit. Located 5 miles south of town you can be in Rocky Mountain National park in minutes. The sites were a little uneven for a tent and the restrooms were a walk. The highway traffic also made for a long night if you are a light sleeper.