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Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Hill Country, Canyon Lake, Texas

Date of Stay: April, 2009 - $51.00
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We were not impressed with this park. The office staff was very nice, but the outside Rangers were totally rude! Rude to our kids & rude to adults. The park is way overpriced, as are all the activities within the park. The "heated" pool was not warm & the hot tub didn't even have the heater turned on until 5:30pm. We paid $7 per person for a game of laser tag (2 didn't get to play because the guns didn't work; they had to sit & watch the others have fun). One particular ranger must have had nothing better to do than sit around and try to find something to bother us about, all of which was very small minor nit-picky stuff. He didn't even have the decency to drive up in his cart & say, "Hi, y'all doing good? Having a good time?" Nope, just came over jumping on someone about something the whole entire stay. We and the other two campers with us will not return to this park. If it were our first time at a Yogi Bear park, we'd never go to another one. Thank goodness we know most are not like this one. We've camped at many, many parks and never had any problems like this one and have never been to any park this rude before!! Plus the price per night is ridiculous! (especially charging $10 extra per night for the two other kids we had camping in our camper) Next time we're in the area we will definitely go stay at Potter's Creek Campground right down the road & will pay $126 for 7 nights for 6 people & not $357. All 3 of our campers can stay at Potter's Creek for $20.00 more than it cost only one camper to stay at your park. And I can guarantee the staff at Potter's Creek is way more friendlier by far!! This is the first bad review I've ever had to write on a campground & I didn't even begin to list all the problems we had; this may have accounted for about 1/8 of the complaints we had with this place. Please send these guys to school to learn their manners if they're going to be hosting a park in the south because they are going to run all your customers off! Enough said! We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Hill Country in a Travel Trailer.

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Topsail Hill State Preserve, Santa Rosa Beach, Florida

Date of Stay: March, 2009 - $30.00
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This is an awesome park. The sites are very well maintained. Paved pads & paved roads throughout the park. Nice pool; shuffle board & outdoor ampitheater for nighttime movies. You can either ride your bikes to the beach or you can ride the tram or you can ride your bike to the beach & throw your bike in the back of the ranger's truck and ride back from the beach on the tram. It has a very nice paved road to the beach that is only for the use of walkers, bikers & the tram. The staff is very friendly. This is a very great place to go. I love this park! Will always go there when going to Destin. It's just down the road from Destin in Santa Rosa Beach. Also, you can go out the campground entrance, cross the street and there is a nice paved bike path you can ride that takes you down into the beach community of Santa Rosa. This is a very nice place to ride your bikes! We camped at Topsail Hill State Preserve in a Travel Trailer.

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Grand Bayou Resort, Coushatta, Louisiana

Date of Stay: February, 2009 - $18.00
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I love this park! It is also my children's favorite place to camp in Louisiana. The staff is very friendly and accommodating. It has a very nice swimming beach in the summer when the lake is not drained. If for any reason you need to leave before your paid reservations are up, they will give you a raincheck good for however many days you've paid for. They are absolutely the best campground around this area. We camped at Grand Bayou Resort in a Travel Trailer.

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