3 Fun Ways to Camp at YOGI BEAR’S JELLYSTONE PARK™
With all of the family-friendly and fun-filled activities on the calendar this month, YOGI BEAR™ can “BEARLY” contain his excitement! At Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park™ kids can savor the last weeks of summer vacation enjoying the themed weekends, swimming, competing in a round of mini golf, kayaking, and more. A day jam-packed with camping activity and fun beneath the Louisiana summer sun can almost make any camper exhausted with the day. It’s important to get a good night’s rest. Now, have the entire family decide where to spend the night while at the campgrounds!
Here are three fun ways to camp at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park™:
- Sleep under the stars: Reserve an outdoor campsite, and pitch a tent. At night, the family can stargaze while being serenaded by the choruses of nature. The warm breezes and fresh air feel good in the summertime, and there are so many benefits of being out in nature.
- Camp indoors: For families and groups who want to enjoy the outdoors during the day but return to the comfort of a mattress and air conditioning at night, there are many great indoor options. Learn more about what’s included and preview some of the cabins online. Guests can even click through the lodging options on our website to view the space and amenities. From spacious troop-houses for large groups and families to petite chalets, there is something for everyone.
- Reserve an RV: For families who own an RV, simply book a full hookup site. If you own an RV, you can also rent them out using RV-share which is accessible through our website. Check out the amenities tab to learn about earning money by renting out your RV. For families who don’t own an RV, but who want to spend the weekend at the campgrounds in an RV, using RV-share is a great way to book one that suits every family need and want.
There are many ways to make camping at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park™ comfortable for the whole family. Families who are feeling adventurous can resolve to try each of these camping options before the campgrounds close for the season of 2017. How does the family prefer to camp? Let us know on our Facebook page!