RV/Campsite

Jellystone Park and Yogi Bear Sturbridge

Where is it at?

View on Google Maps

Jellystone Park and Yogi Bear
30 River Road
Sturbridge
MA
01566
Tel: 508 347-9570

Directions

Directions: From I-84 East, take Exit 2, take a Right off Ramp, drive across Haynes Street onto River Road, follow 10th of a mile. From I-90 take Exit 9 onto I-84, take Left off Ramp, take next Left over overpass, drive across Haynes Street onto River Road, follow 10th of a mile.

Where are we going today?

Camping with Yogi Bear? Yes please - doesn't that sound like fun kids!? At Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park in Massachusetts, there is so much family fun they might burst at the seams!

Jellystone Park is located just an hour from Boston, and only a mile from the historic Old Sturbridge Village, so it's close enough to be convenient, and far enough away to give you that much needed break!

The camping at Jellystone really accommodates everyone. If you prefer to get a cabin, or if you want to bring your own RV, they have something for you. You could even camp out under the stars if you wanted to!

The park itself is beautifull landscaped, and each of the sites have something special, but it's the amenities and activities that make Jellystone Park stand out! There is SO much to do! During those warmed months, the private lake is always popular to swim in, and there are also two pools if you want something a bit more controlled. Don't forget about that sandy beach to lazy around on!

If you want more of the water, then why not take a boat ride out onto it! The lake is also stocked, so just take a fishing pole and fish the day away!

Loving animals? Just as well that Jellystone Park have a petting zoo AND a resident horse! His name is Parker, and he loves to say hello!

Each pool has a snack bar and a grill, and there is even a lounge for some nightly entertainment.

What more could you want from your holiday....hey hey Boo Boo, it's camping time with Yogi Bear!

Email attraction

What is there to do?

There is SO much to do! Nightly entertainment, a lake for boating, fishing and swimming, two pools, and a petting zoo! They also have a sports court, horseshoes, video arcade, and mini golf!

How much does it cost?

  • Full hook up $33 - $82 / day
  • Tents $33 - $60 / day
LAST UPDATED

Facilities on site

They have cabins, trailer rentals, open campsites, pull thrus and full hook ups, free cable TV on most sites, WIF, restrooms, dump station, and ATM - everything you could need!

When can we go?

Seasonal opening times can be found on their website.

Open all year round!

I'm Hungry!

Each pool has a snack bar and grill, and they have a store where you can pick up supplies and cook at your site!.

Any Top Tips?

It's always a good idea to book ahead at the Jellystone campsites!.

Doing our bit

They have made the campsite as friendly as possible for kids! They have great entertainment, and the staff is always willing to help!.

Need a little extra help?

Give them a call to discuss any special needs you may have .

More information

You can stay for the whole season if you want!.

What people are saying?

  • by

    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
    5. 5

    We payed $200 for 3 days over Labor Day, and for $60/night at a campground we expected the bathhouses to be clean, the pool to be clean, and to be able to ride bikes safely with our kids. The bathhouse was dirty. The pool was cold and had hair and generally unclean. While walking with our kids, while they rode there bikes, the cars/golf carts made it very uncomfortable, because of how close and fast the golf carts went. The golf carts also drove by at 1100 with a blaring radio (on a dead end street), not what is wanted late at night.

    Overall, a...Read More

  • by

    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
    5. 5

    RV'ers take heed --- This is NOT a big rig friendly RV Park, actually it is mostly occupied by full time lot owners ! The Staff has not clue as to size of our rig, not do they really care, 30 amp service, sewer hook-us all over the place, bring lots of sewer hose for most sites. For example they first tried to put us in a 40 foot site (we have a 40 ft toy hauler--they were told months ago!) with a fence in the front, no way to cut it in, but they thought it would be no problem. We told them to put us in a decent site or give us our money back,...Read More

  • by

    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
    5. 5

    The only thing this park lacks is a fenced dog area. We have stayed in many campgrounds but this is the best one so far. Lots of activities for the kids if you have them. I wish we were staying longer than just 3 days. All of our neighbors are friendly and moved cars and golf carts to help us back in our trailer. The lots are more like a double lot anywhere else. There are huge trees on the lots wich make great shade. We could have had a fire even with our awning out, thats how much room there is on the lot. All of the lots are kept neat....Read More

  • by

    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
    5. 5

    Very good place to fish

  • by

    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. 4
    5. 5

Submit a review

by Joe Randall

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5

We payed $200 for 3 days over Labor Day, and for $60/night at a campground we expected the bathhouses to be clean, the pool to be clean, and to be able to ride bikes safely with our kids. The bathhouse was dirty. The pool was cold and had hair and generally unclean. While walking with our kids, while they rode there bikes, the cars/golf carts made it very uncomfortable, because of how close and fast the golf carts went. The golf carts also drove by at 1100 with a blaring radio (on a dead end street), not what is wanted late at night.

Overall, a very unpleasant experience that seems to be ingrained into the culture at Jellystone, which also makes me not recommend it to anyone else.

by roger cranford

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5

RV'ers take heed --- This is NOT a big rig friendly RV Park, actually it is mostly occupied by full time lot owners ! The Staff has not clue as to size of our rig, not do they really care, 30 amp service, sewer hook-us all over the place, bring lots of sewer hose for most sites. For example they first tried to put us in a 40 foot site (we have a 40 ft toy hauler--they were told months ago!) with a fence in the front, no way to cut it in, but they thought it would be no problem. We told them to put us in a decent site or give us our money back, at which time they threatened to retail 20% - You can imagine my reaction. Now we are in one that the prior reservee just happened to cancel, we are backed up to the busy highway, but it was easy to get in and had shade. My other friend who has been here two days also regrets his decision!!

by Tessa Teresa Trefney

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5

The only thing this park lacks is a fenced dog area. We have stayed in many campgrounds but this is the best one so far. Lots of activities for the kids if you have them. I wish we were staying longer than just 3 days. All of our neighbors are friendly and moved cars and golf carts to help us back in our trailer. The lots are more like a double lot anywhere else. There are huge trees on the lots wich make great shade. We could have had a fire even with our awning out, thats how much room there is on the lot. All of the lots are kept neat. We stayed here on the Passport America discount which they honored on a weekend. We will be back for a longer time next year. I didn't get to do the Mini golf, paddle boats, canoes and swimming at all. There are 2 pools and a lake to swim in. We also missed drowning our bait in the lakes. If I had a child or a teen this is a park I would stay at for a long period of time. Although we have no young kids we will be back here anyway. The atmosphere is great and welcoming. The wifi works excellent and is free.

Not found what you're looking for?