Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park™ Camp-Resort Quarryville, PA, Quarryville

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Water Park Water / Amusement Park
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  • Staff was rude, not very helpful and did not want to be bothered with questions. We visited the campground in June 2016 with our grandkids, and was amazed that they have no kiddy pool. They have a wat...  more »
  • We have noticed a dramatic difference from our first trip 2 years ago until now. They seemed to be understaffed and just going down hill. We spent 3 different vacations with them this year in hopes it...  more »
  • Traveled with family and several kid's friends. Stayed in pop up on camp site and in cabin. Cabin was clean and well kept. Pop up site was fine although smaller than some others available. Lavatories ...  more »
  • Great place for kids. Lots of things for them to do. Lovely gift shop. Staff was very friendly. We knew the pool would not be open yet and plan to go back when it opens. Only draw back, make sure you bring plenty of food. We normally stop for food a few miles before we hit camp. Not much around the place, such as a walmart. So we could not stop. The camp only sells simple items to eat and drink. Would be nice to see an established eatery. Bring a bike. They do rent golf carts and the price is reasonable but we wish we had brought our bikes. They do have a food truck but it's not open until the pool is open. Sites are very clean and spacious. We have been to other camps where you are right on top of one another. Don't get me wrong you will not have 1 acre all to yourself, you are close to the next RV/Tent but the way they have it set does not feel cramped. We stayed in site 44. We believe it was a great choice as you back up to the night sky and the kids can walk across the field and be at the play sites all within view. There are only 4 sites in that section and it's very peaceful. The main site area looks as though it would be a little congested. All in all it's a great place for a family to stay.
  • it was great place the jump pad/pillow was free and so was the pedal racing carts. they have a big play ground and a wonderful pool and splash pad with water slides that is free as well. they have Minnie golf that is free. the best part for all of this is you can do each activity on your own time when they open them up. There is a pond for catch and release and a nice walking trail.
  • I'd give this place a 0 if I could. I worked here for a short week. 9/10 staff members smoke, all they do is stand around smoke and cuss and complain about the work they're not doing! I actually liked the job, sadly! They need to do backround checks on some of these people as well, but they don't. It's a family park and the staff act like they live there! I could go on, this place is awful for an employee, let alone a guest!
  • Very clean and family friendly. Many activities offered by the site to go along with a huge pool, waterpark, park, mini golf and arcade. Great camp store that provides anything you could need camping. No complaints.
  • Not a bad campground. The cost is high for the location. This is still 100x better than a KOA or a no frills campground. The kids will find things to keep them amused for 2 or 3 days.