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Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park™ at Delaware Beaches

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park™ at Delaware Beaches

Address: 8295 Brick Granary Rd, Lincoln, DE 19960, United States

Phone: (+1 ) 302-491-6614

Website: https://delawarejellystone.com/

City: Delaware

Country: United States

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Mia Arrison Mia Arrison
Shared publicly - August, 30
This is my first time here and it’s pretty nice. The season is just getting started, so it’s not too crowded yet. They have full hook ups for RVs, trash pick up every morning, golf cart rentals, arcade and a water park. The store has lots of things from souvenirs to RV supplies. Their rates are very reasonable and they are a Good Sam campgrounds. I would come again!!

Scott Scott
Shared publicly - August, 30
Jellystone Park is Yoge Bears RV Resort with many big rig pull through sites. The roads are aso in great shape. It looks like golf carts are available for rent. They have countless amenities with many geared towards children of all ages. The place very well maintained and safety is always monitored. They have many cabins to fit every need. It's easy getting here from the Interstate. We really enjoyed our visit.

Dawn Farris Dawn Farris
Shared publicly - August, 30
Staff is so friendly and welcoming! Campground is in great shape - Bathrooms were kept clean, everything worked, etc. They are adding amenities like bathrooms in the back of the campground and an updated coffee machine for the store. Their activities were well planned and they offered something for a wide range of ages. The store had a decent variety of drinks but I do hope they add a Coke or Pepsi Zero to the list. They had some trendy shirts and souvenirs for sale. The pantry was sparse though so come prepared with food. Staff was quick to remedy the minor issue we did have. Can’t wait to come here again.

Miranda Beck Miranda Beck
Shared publicly - August, 30
We absolutely LOVED this place! Staff was super friendly. Kids had a blast. We arrived just as everyone left for Memorial Weekend, and we were HIGHLY shocked at how clean everything was. All around the entire grounds of the park, our Cozy Cabin, everything. Spotless clean! The staffs are all on it around the clock. They deserve much more than 5 stars. We will be back for sure 🥰

Carlos Crispin-Rodriguez Carlos Crispin-Rodriguez
Shared publicly - August, 30
This was our first time here and it was great! We had some issues with the cabin in the beginning, but the staff and management were more than accommodating! They made our stay worth every penny! The water park, outdoor bounce house, arcade and pool were awesome for the kids and everything was clean. Staff was very very friendly and professional, they took care of any and all issues we had. My family and I are already planning to come back next summer. They also offer a descent law enforcement discount as well. I would highly recommend this place to anyone!

Kimberly Lawrence Kimberly Lawrence
Shared publicly - August, 30
This past weekend was my first yogi bear experience! We stayed in one of the basic cabins and it was adorable. I truly loved it and recommend the cabin. The manager and young girl working the camp store were so welcoming and attentive. They answered all my questions and made sure we were all set for the best experience possible. When we got to our cabin, we had a minor set back with not being able to lock our door and had to use the after hours number. I believe the managers name was Brian and he came right away to make sure we were okay! Couldn’t ask for better customer service. 10/10. On our second day we went to the water park and I was pretty turned off. This pool was PACKED. It’s not a very big pool either… it’s small and people were in it shoulder to shoulder which can’t even be safe. It was so packed that kids barely had room to swim or play! It sort of felt like a free for all. People were eating while sitting in the pool and drinking. There were soggy food particles all around the outside of the pool and even floating in the water. I made my son get out after realizing how cloudy and nasty the water looked! There were older kids wrestling in the water and not even paying attention to the small children in the shallow end. I also felt like parental supervision was next to none! The parents I saw were more worried about drinking than watching their kids. In any pool/water park I’ve ever been to you are not allowed to drink or eat IN THE POOL. that’s just gross! You can tell the splash ground and water slides are brand new and they were very nice! It felt like there was a lot more supervision in this area in comparison to the pool. The employees were monitoring the slides and other areas of the splash ground. My son loved all the different sprayers at the splash ground. Was for sure his favorite part! Our trip was cut a little short because early the next morning my son woke up sick! He woke up with pink eye and I had to take him to urgent care. The doctor said it was more than likely from swimming and being in contaminated water. Although there is no way to know for sure… I just have a gut feeling that’s what it was from. I don’t think I will return to this location but would like to check out another yogi bear park in the near future.

Sam Lee Sam Lee
Shared publicly - August, 30
The amenities were great and the staff were very nice. My issues were with the cleanliness of the campgrounds-overflowing trash for days. I would see the trash person going around and just skipping areas. The pool was so foggy I couldn’t see my feet. Lastly the cabins could use a deep cleaning. The bunk bed room has a top bunk with no rails. A girl fell off in the middle of the night in another cabin. This is a huge safety issue.(look up little league bunk bed).

Shared publicly - August, 30
My family and I visited in April 2022. The sites are large and open, which to my surprise did not result in a lot of noise. They have a contracted vendor on site in the Alcohauler, adult beverages of course. There is a huge parade field for organized activities. The grounds were clean as were the bath houses. We met some seasonal campers who were all friendly and welcoming. Definitely a campground we will return to and one we hope to visit during the busier summer months. The four star review is due to the fact we did not get to experience the pool and other water activities on site as it was out of season.

Meg Quez Meg Quez
Shared publicly - August, 30
Would not return. But I guess it is what you make of it. There is absolutely no shade in lots. The flies are absolutely horrible! Do not bother to try and eat outside. Splash pad looks way cooler on the website. The bigger slides do not open up until way later in evening. The pool is green and poorly maintained. Evening is nice to go play corn hole and let kids play at play ground and jump pad. Which is promptly shut down at 8pm. We ended up renting a car due to only having our RV and went shopping and to Dewey beach. Beware the jelly fish are stinging multiple times a day. May as well not even try to come here. Good luck

Shared publicly - August, 30
The sites are nice and spacious! However the golf carts just fly up and down the roads. Some of them blasting their music, which wasn’t as bad as the ones blasting the bass on them. This is a very party campground with little respect for neighbors or kids. Activities could have been organized a little better and when driving the bears around they should be move vocal while driving by. There seems to be no security or staff that patrol throughout the day in to the evening. It did get quite during quite time but at 7:30am it starts all over again.

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