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About Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park
Operator
Private
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Features
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ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
WiFi
Location
Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park is located in Wisconsin
Latitude
44.2662 N
Longitude
-88.899 W
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8 Reviews of Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park
Great place

A great place for kids, very clean and friendly staff, easy check in, allot of sites are available and 90 percent are level and good size, will go again

Beautiful location in the Dells!

We loved it here! The park is very clean, activities for everyone and they have a great water park.

Fun

Such a fun campground for the kiddos!!!

My kid loved the wildlife here!

Everything was great overall, but most of all my son was pretty enamored by all of the awesome wildlife we saw on the strip. Might've been the time of year but it was just beautiful.

We went camping there when we were children and always had a great time,

They have swimming pool and minature golf course to play on.

OK for kid camping but that is it

If you're looking to have the kids entertained this campground is fine. If you're looking for a true camping/wilderness experience…..look elsewhere. Sites are close together with nothing in between. No privacy. Campground is FULL of kids which means full of noise and activity. Its a good place to take the kids but I wouldn't recommend staying here if you really want to camp or need peace and quiet.

Forest campground

Camped with husband and two children. It's a well-maintained campground with a lot of trees throughout, but note that the trees don't separate your individual sites. However, I was pleasantly surprised for a kids-themed facility. Just make sure you don't get one of the few sites along the main road.

The kids enjoyed the pool that had a twisty water slide, basketball hoops, a float turtle they all loved to climb, and a playground with the dumping bucket. The mini golf was really decent and we enjoyed the weekend entertainment of music on the grounds and at the pool party. There is an arcades room, free wifi, and very well stocked general store.

They have weekly themes throughout the summer and Yogi makes appearances that the kids love. Our friends stayed in cabins a few yards away and those were a nice, comfortable choice for them with running air conditioning and a shower.

It was nice to see that a camp ranger walked around to control noise levels, which didn't seem to be an issue. That's appreciated by us tenters.

First to Review
Decent campground, expensive with extra fees for individual amenities (i.e. the pool)

I've had some good times as a kid here, but the prices keep going up and they've even added fees for the pool. There also isn't a lot of privacy in the sites and the permanent sites people seem to look down upon the weekenders.