Camp Jellystone Missoula
Where is it at?
9900 Jellystone Drive
Tel: 800 318 9644
Where are we going today?
Hay Hay boo boo! What do we have here? Camp Jellystone you say? In the stunning state of Montana? Well come on down!
Get your family out in to the heart of the Big Sky country, and stay at Yogi Bear's super fun Jellystone Park Camp Resort if you are visiting the wonderful nature sights such as Glacier Park and the incredible Yellowstone Park.
For those RV loving families, there are 60'-70' pull through sites with 20,30 or 50 amp hook ups, or 6 brand new cabins that sleep up to 4 people, with Cable TV, microwave, air conditioning, and fridge.
Kids - you can splash about in the hot sun in the heated swimming pool, or enjoy the super fun family playground with slippery slides, tunnels and places for you to hide and climb. There is even a championship mini golf course if you want to challenge yourself and your aim! There is a game room for you, and an adults lounge for your parents to relax in whilst you have a great time around the park!
Want to meet Yogi Bear? ok! He visits the camp every night to stay hi - so you can get your picture with him if you ask nicely...
If you aren't planning a major trip but just fancy a day out they welcome day guests who want to come and use their fun facilities and meet Yogi!
Nearby there are not only the parks, but a Bison range, as well as activities such as hiking and fishing, so there is plenty to do!
Say hi to Yogi for us!
What is there to do?
Within 30 minutes of the park there are the beautiful natural wonders like Glacier Park, Big Mountain, Natural Bison range and Flathead Lake. There are also fishing guided tours, river rafting and a golf course.
How much does it cost?
- Full hook up $44.90 / day
- Full hook up $215 / week
- Tents $33 (based on two people) / day
Facilities on site
6 camping cabins and RV pull through sites with full hook up and half hook up. There is a heated pool, basketball court, games room, horseshoes, playground, 18 hole golf course, and walking trails, as well as a general store, washers and dryers, and wide paved rodes
When can we go?
May 1 to Oct 15
There is a general store and a snack bar where you can pick up some foods! .
What people are saying?
by Andy R.
I've stayed here a couple times with friends and family. Nothing but fun for everyone. Plenty of activities for the kids. The pool is nice sized. You can't go wrong staying here.
by Joe H
Great family campground! Only down fall is the train tracks and all the trains. Make sure you stay as far back into the campground a possible.
by Peter Smythe
Nice campground, beautiful surroundings, but a lot of trains come through, its right next to the tracks.
by Thomas Domek
Quiet, shady sites, great location!
by A Google User
We rented a cabin and they were very nice. The bunk beds were nice if you had a group but for 2 adults a normal bed would have been a nice option. Great place to camp, highly recommended!