Friday, July 28, 2017


We have stayed at large RV campgrounds before but try to avoid them for several reasons, one of the main reasons being higher costs. Once again, I discovered this campground (resort) using the Park Advisor app. Located in California's Central Valley along the meandering byways of the California Delta, Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park offered a great place for us to spend the next 3 days of our journey. At $75 per night, it was the most expensive campsite we have been to but the amenities and fun we all had more than made up for it. We were given a site with lots of shade which was a definite reprieve from the 100 degree temperatures.

The main reason we decided to stay 3 days was due to the beautiful water park area that we couldn't get Brooke to leave. It was a perfect and safe area for her to play and us to watch and cool off as well.
Everyone was able to enjoy the waterslide too!
Another excellent feature of this park was the opportunity to meet Yogi and friends!

Even Catherine had a good time.

Jellystone park was just as much fun as a Great Wolf Lodge but way less expensive which made it well worth the price.

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