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Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park, Madison
(2.8/5 based on 100 reviews on the web)
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  • We have been here, several years ago, for an FSU football game. This year, we met family and camped together. There is plenty to do and in October, they have a Halloween festival weekend. Lots of kids...  more »
  • After a Beautiful vacation in Georgia, we decided to stop at Yogi Bear campground..big big mistake....and the price they charge is a joke!! kids were excited about the water park and other activities....  more »
  • I have always want to take my kids here ever since we purchased a camper. What a mistake !!! We arrived on a Saturday and the place was a mad house.Most of the people there were day people and not cam...  more »
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  • Great for Halloween Fun! This is our 5th year in a row. We have seen some positive changes. Our favorites include: the haunted walk, the haunted house, the hay barrel maze, the water slide and candy bar bingo. The Fall Festival was better last year with the little individual trains for young riders, the building wasn't stuffed with so many chairs you couldn't even move, and the games were also easier for the little ones to win tickets and prizes. BRING BACK the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes for campsite decorating and costume contests. BRING BACK the not so spooky haunted house for little ones. As for other reviewers comments, this isn't a 5 star hotel it is camping people! It is good ole fashion family fun. Our kids are NEVER bored! The owners are always present and working hard so the kids have a great time and safety/rules are in place. We have met nice families over the years. Keep up the great job!
  • The prices are little high during summer peak but it's very relaxing kids have wonderful time I enjoy atmosphere of the place the safety is great they try hard to please u fun outdoes price
  • stopped because of the storm... parked ... had to move... site.. Internet no good ... nothing but ..I am sorry... will not do again...price out of range... all adds for park seem false.... Waterpark.. dirty. nothing like bad advertising... minus...1 .
  • Me and my family had a pretty good experience. I am only giving 4 stars for the following reasons: 1. The park definitely needs some upkeep maintenance. The put put golf wooden areas needs new wood. Quite a bit of the wood is rotted out and needs some fresh paint as well. 2. The playground equipment had some defective issues. Some of which I felt was a little dangerous especially for smaller kids. 3. The little shop needs some more happy and exciting people working inside. The guys in registration was happy and upbeat, but the ladies in the store was doing good to crack a grin even. We all have bad days, but lets make sure guests feel welcomed. 4. The water park closed awfully early on the weekdays. We stayed in Cabin 2, pretty much what was expected. It was fairly clean...but i was glad to have brought fabreeze! And next time (yes we have another reservation already) we will remember a broom for the sand!!! The lazy river is wonderful!!! It was clean! The pool is a little small, but because most people are in the other area, it wasnt too bad. The shower rooms are nice(at least the front ones). Overall we had a pretty good experience and are headed back in the fall. Next time we are taking ATV's!
  • You want to love this place so much because of the potential it has. The water slide tempts you from the interstate every time you go past. Once you are in here though you realize that what used to be a wonderful retreat for the family all those years ago has been slowly allowed to run down to a decrepit, shoddy, po' folks trap. You may begin to wonder where the heck all the money this place asks in fees goes until the night time when they blow a few thousand dollars in fireworks. Don't get me wrong, I love fireworks. But, by the 10th minute, you are less in awe of the spectacular display as you are with the dramatic amount of money that has been diverted from really getting this park back to top condition. Maybe Yogi Bear & Co. are a bit long in the tooth? We stayed in one of their "cabins" this last time. Well it was less a "cabin" as much as it was one of those temporary construction site office trailers, complete with fluorescent lighting fixtures, vinyl flooring, and the atmosphere you expect when you rent any sparsely furnished prison school portable. The twin bed frames were made using the most splintery 2x4 wood they could hand split out in them-there woods. The queen-sized mattress sagging off of the edge of the full-sized box spring and frame really topped it off making for an awesome night of dreams about desperately hanging onto the edge a cliff only to roll off and plunge to your death. Still, the kids seemed to have fun running through the sand spur covered fields and getting to play in the slippery piss pool with the rotten frog guts smell. The kiddy pool on the other side of the road was adequate enough though the one semi-interesting mechanical water toy hasn't worked since at least the prior year that we went. And, the kids hardly seemed to notice the mini putt-putt golf course with the badly rotting boards and motorized obstacles that stopped running decades ago and look like they were lifted straight out of a poorly edited horror novel. I'm certain they were more distracted by the fact that each hole was absolutely unplayable due to being completely covered in the gravel that is laid around the course. (Or, maybe it was the clubs with half of the rubber footing missing from the putter face that made a straight shot nigh on impossible anyways...but who knows.) All in all I was tempted to give the place 2/5 stars simply because of how fast you could go on that single slippery water slide if you hold the mat just so (think taco.) Then I remembered how jarring two of the turns are no matter which techniques you employ. They seem intent on slamming you against the sides regardless of what you believe. Plus, I learned the hard way that YOU HAVE TO USE THOSE MATS because the surface of the slide itself is the texture of 40 grit sandpaper. It WILL shred your swimsuit and your thighs. (Make sure to grab that rubber mat on your way up people!) So 1/5 because I don't want people to get the wrong idea that I would suggest going to this place other than to be used as a muse for an author intent on writing a depressing book that won't sell. Ignore the siren call of that Navy green-primer colored water slide. Get back on the highway and keep driving. Heck it's Florida; there's probably a beach nearby.