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Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park - Mill Run Mill Run

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Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park - Mill Run
839 Mill Run Road 381
Mill Run
PA
15464
Tel: 724 455 2929

Directions

Yogi and his friends are situation at Jellystone Park, Mill Run in Pennsylvania. If you are coming from Route 40, turn at Farmington onto Route 381 North, then just head to Mill Run Road. If you are coming from the PA Turnpike, head off on exit 91, then onto 31 East. After 2 miles turn right onto 381 South. Then after 10 miles turn left onto 381 South and in 3 miles you should spot Mill Run Road.

Where are we going today?

Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park is more than just a campsite - it is a day out in itself with Yogi and his friends!  Fun, excitement, exercise, laughs, games and invaluable experiences will make up your day here.

There are low key activities such as scavenger hunts, fun and colorful crafts for the kids, coloring contests (you need to be good to beat Yogi at those!), fun with the clowns and having your face painted wild and crazy colors.

For the more adventurous there are a myriad of rides - water slides, fun train rides, old time wagon rides, fire truck rides and carousels, as well as activities such as mini golf, and a spray zone!

There is the ridiculously fun snow tubing, a large, playful and colorful bouncy house to bounce until your hearts content in, as well as the tactical paintball where kids can really practice their coordination and tactics as they compete using team work to try and score!

If you want to try your luck at sluicing there is an area where you can see what gems you can find and take home!  (Would make a nice present for someone special - like Mom!)

For those preferring indoors, there is a great games rooms packed with both the latest and classic games, including a pool table and grapple games. 

In addition to all the activities available, the park comes with rustic and full hook up tent sites, as well as cabin rentals.  Suitable for a small family or up to 10 people, they have accommodation options for any situation.

Say hi to Yogi for us when you see him! 

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What is there to do?

What isn't there to do!? Mini golf, playgrounds, water fun, paintball, rides, and special events throughout the year...a lot of the activities are included in the price of your camping site fee too. Yogi has never seen so much fun!

How much does it cost?

  • Full hook up $35 to $90 / day
  • Full hook up $245 to $560 / week
  • Tents $27.50 to $80 / day
  • Tents $192.50 to $560 / week
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Facilities on site

Everything you need is provided! Full hook ups for camping, games room, store, restaurant, restrooms, camping supplies, ATM, Laundry facilities and Wifi! Everything but the kitchen sink! Oh wait...if you have a cabin, you ever get that too!

When can we go?

Year round opening.

I'm Hungry!

Never fear - Yogi is here! Well, Cindy Bear at least. Cindy Bears Kountry Kitchen is open 7 days a week. You can sit and enjoy your meal at the restaurant, or for a small fee you can have it delivered to your camp site!.

Need a little extra help?

The park is handicap accessible so you won't have to worry about everyone enjoying themselves. If you need extra help when you arrive, just ask one of the lovely members of staff. .

More information

You can have a birthday party at the park!.

What people are saying?

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    Stayed in the fall in an RV. Had a great time. Kids trick or treated and did other fun things. They loved the Halloween dance and pumpkin ride with pumpkin painting. Going back to stay in a cabin. Looking forward to it.

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    Customer service is terrible! We gave it 3 chances and each time the service in the restaurant was terrible! When my husband thought he would mention it at the front counter the lady was very crappy to him and said "what do you expect me to do I can't staff for a lot of people not knowing how busy it would be!" A good business place would over staff and give the chance for someone to go home early if not busy! Not be rude to the customer who just spent two hours getting 2 chicken planks with fries, a chicken salad, and a steak sandwich! People that...Read More

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    did not like my stay at all rented a cabin it was very small the bed was hard and there is a white cat that sat there begging for food at 2AM then the other campers brought there dog over to our camp site to let it do its business . cabins are very close together I could hear the people next to us push the buttons on there microwave and the cabin next to use had there fire ring very close to our door this was the worst camping trip and cabin we stayed at all summer I could go on about more but it would just be like this campground A WASTE OF TIME...Read More

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    Last year was great so returned over Labor Day weekend and all I can say is whoever is in charge of activities really dropped the ball. We had several toddlers in group so stayed near bottom pool/splash zone & close to the train ride. 3 days in a row had to find someone to open the pool and it was close to noon before splash zone was turned on all those days. (sign says 11am). One gal actually said something about not turning on unless they see people interest ??? At $80/day+30pd for 2 xtra kids+ I'm paying full price I should get full amenities....Read More

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    Sites too close together. Even though there were empy sites all around us for our entire stay, we were placed right next to another family.

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by ashley leavens

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Customer service is terrible! We gave it 3 chances and each time the service in the restaurant was terrible! When my husband thought he would mention it at the front counter the lady was very crappy to him and said "what do you expect me to do I can't staff for a lot of people not knowing how busy it would be!" A good business place would over staff and give the chance for someone to go home early if not busy! Not be rude to the customer who just spent two hours getting 2 chicken planks with fries, a chicken salad, and a steak sandwich! People that came in 20 minutes after us got their drinks before we even ordered ours and their pizza and wings 15 minutes before our food! Other than that the place is really nice with many activities for children everyday!

by Jennifer pannebecker

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did not like my stay at all rented a cabin it was very small the bed was hard and there is a white cat that sat there begging for food at 2AM then the other campers brought there dog over to our camp site to let it do its business . cabins are very close together I could hear the people next to us push the buttons on there microwave and the cabin next to use had there fire ring very close to our door this was the worst camping trip and cabin we stayed at all summer I could go on about more but it would just be like this campground A WASTE OF TIME don't waste your time or money on this place

by Cathy Eckard

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Last year was great so returned over Labor Day weekend and all I can say is whoever is in charge of activities really dropped the ball. We had several toddlers in group so stayed near bottom pool/splash zone & close to the train ride. 3 days in a row had to find someone to open the pool and it was close to noon before splash zone was turned on all those days. (sign says 11am). One gal actually said something about not turning on unless they see people interest ??? At $80/day+30pd for 2 xtra kids+ I'm paying full price I should get full amenities. Besides, it filled up once turned on so they have no way to know interest). Also, waited for Dancing Bears/Dance and people gave up and left. 30min later some music starts to play and someone does a drive by saying sorry, they set up in wrong place, bears would be coming shortly. 20min later no bears but several crankly toddlers kept past bedtime screaming they wanted to see the bears. KeyChain pix with bears we drove by but again no bears. Finally stopping someone the guy said you had to sign up for it and if interest then they bring bear. Again didn't find the campfire but when movie started late they gal said campfire went out(?no rain) but they did do a shortened singalong anyhow.They charge $60/day golf carts and it's almost a necessity with the hilly terrain this place is built on. If older kids, stay at top sites, pool & larger splash zone there they'll have a blast. If toddlers, beware that naps and planning might not work since they didn't hold to many of their activity times. However the train rides, picnic basket, fire engine, the kids didn't mind the wait lines and there were many of these each day. Bears really shouldn't be so scarce for yogi bear resort. We didn't spend $172 day just to swim and build a campfire. Unsure if we'll return.

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