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Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park, Eureka, Missouri

Date of Stay: July, 2005 - $90.00
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This campground is extremely crowded and the roads very narrow and one way. Therefore, while other RV/Campers are trying to set up, all the traffic is at a halt, as there is no way to get around other vechiles. The staff was friendly and the bathrooms/shower houses very clean. The internet access is a joke, a small bench with a wooden table located outside the general store, with no privacy and in the thourough-through of traffic. There is also a shortage of available parking. It is supposed to be a family oriented facility, yet the restrooms have no diaper changing facilities, no sidewalks or walking paths out of the main road for children to walk or ride bikes, and the door on the cottage had a twist lock, that opens at the turn of the handle, which is not appropriate when young children are present, and there is no slide lock for extra safety. The arcade/movie and video viewing areas are in a building without air conditioning, so in the 110 degree weather, it felt more like a sauna and was not enjoyable for any length of time. The pool was dirty, with bugs and leaves. Almost every activity had an extra item that must be purchased at the general store. For the lightstick parade the lightsticks had to be purchased, for the smore's roast, they only provide the fire and the sticks and you must provide the ingredients. They charge for the miniature golf and other activities as well, which is disappointing since the cost of staying is a lot higher than similiar type of places. Also, the younger children looked foward to seeing Yogi Bear, and he only made ONE entrance a day, and that was very disappointing to the children who based their entire visit on him. On the second night of our stay, the water was not working for the entire campground. We weren't able to finish cooking supper and no one bothered to announce when the water was finally working again. I wouldn't recommend this site if you were going specifically for the campground and what it had to offer, however, if you plan on going to area attractions, and only using the park like a hotel room, then it might be worth it, although much nicer campgrounds are available with more room and privacy at a lesser price. We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park in a .


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