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About O'Connell's Yogi Bear RV Resort

Leave your worries and hassles at the entrance gate. This Jellystone Park™ RV Resort in Illinois has fun the whole family can enjoy!

O'Connell's Yogi Bear RV Resort in Amboy continues to draw families to the Sauk Valley by providing great fun and the opportunity to reconnect in a relaxing outdoor environment. An Illinois campground located just 90 miles west of Chicago and 80 miles east of the Quad Cities, O'Connell's Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park™ RV resort in Illinois is both convenient and inviting.

At this Jellystone Park™ RV Resort, we work hard to be the best campground in Illinois offering fun that the whole family can enjoy. Grab your bathing suit and bring the entire family to one of our 3 pools and 2 waterslides or let the kids play in our arcade. With the most games of any campground in or around Illinois, the fun never stops here at O'Connell's Yogi Bear™ RV Resort! This is a Jellystone Park™ where Yogi Bear, Boo Boo™, and Cindy Bear™ plan fun activities day after day, and hour after hour.

Imagine a visit with our favorite (and of course, friendly) Jellystone Park™ bear in the morning followed by a game of soccer, then a sing-a-long on a hayride, and candy bar bingo in the afternoon. At O'Connell's Jellystone Park™, there's never a dull moment! The campground features an award winning themed activity program geared to all ages.

Park your car, stash your keys and come enjoy the beauty of nature and the variety of activities at O'Connell's Yogi Bear™ RV Resort.

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ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
O'Connell's Yogi Bear RV Resort is located in Illinois
41.7234 N
-89.2656 W
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8 Reviews of O'Connell's Yogi Bear RV Resort
Family friendly, lots too do

A bit pricey, was clean, full to capacity, lots of things for the kids, swimming, paddle boats, arcade, little market was very expensive for the convenience… friendly and felt safe!

Great for kids

Great for families with kids

Fun times!

We have visited here a few times and this last time was with a large group. We had a blast thanks to the activities and the large campground.

Nice big campground

This was a great campground.

3 pools,water slide,outdoor movie theatre,gaga ball,mini golf,fishing,boat rental,golf cart rental

The grounds were spacious,LG pull through site.Well maintained.

Stay Away for a better getaway

$77.00 a night for a horrible experience. Stayed here over Labor Day weekend 2017. Had 2 sites. Sites were adequate but most sites took quite a bit of maneuvering for anything over 25 ft. Almost every activity you have to pay extra for. If you are looking for a nice place to get away from it all STAY AWAY from here. All the campers in our section (all visiting guests) were quiet and courteous. Quiet hours are from 11:00 pm to 7 am and everyone abided by those except the park itself. Saturday night they had a DJ that was suppose to perform from 7-10 pm. It was loud banging music and it didn’t end at 10 he kept going until 11:30 and then we were all treated to the whooping and hollering by the people returning to there campsites. Finally quiet at midnight. With small children throughout the campground there were a lot of sleepless babies because of the loud noise. You would think it was an outdoor concert at Grant Park! Ridiculous. We tried to go swimming on Sunday but all 3 pools were so crowded you couldn’t get in. Capacity says 60 but there was a lot more than that and no one to enforce the rules. The drunken adults took up the hot tubs staking out their territories with their coolers full of alcoholic drinks. So we decided to go to the beach. The ranger station backs right up to the beach. We were inundated with boom box music that was so loud you couldn’t even carry on a conversation. No one from the staff came and asked them to turn it down. The rules state that you can’t have music, tv etc that is so loud it can be heard in the site next to you at any time. HA! Walking 200 feet down the lakeshore by the rental cabins you could still hear it.  Don’t tell me those “rangers” couldn’t hear it.   We were willing to pay the outrageous site fees because we thought it would be like Yogi Bear in WI. Not even close. Way too many golf carts speeding around driven by kids-it is dangerous on the roads throughout the park.  A very unpleasant weekend filled with noise. Not what you want while you are camping. Way too expensive for a rundown campground. Certainly NOT A RESORT experience.


this park has most things you would want out of a camping experience, just enjoy your time here.

o connel yogi bear park

This place is reminds me of my childhood. This place was so fun to come to. There is a lot of kids but is still enjoyable. You can bring your kids here and keep them busy with pools and playgrounds. The site was grassy and there is a lake. They let you rent golf carts and go golfing. The carts were 60 dollars which is overpriced

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This camping trip was amazing. Everything was clean and personnel were friendly and helpful. We used our tent and their site with electricity. There were lots of fun things for the entire family to participate in. We will definately be coming here again!