We have visited many Yogi Jellystone sites in our travels and this one is one of the best we've been to! The campground has a whole lot of fun things for the kids to do besides the planned activities. My kids enjoyed the bounce pillow every day we were there. The free golf was a nice bonus. The inflatable, park, and just vibe of the place was really nice. We camped in a travel trailer and compared to other parks, the sites were quite small. We stayed there while visiting the caves and it is in close proximity to the attractions.
My only negative is that we had arrived on Sunday afternoon and first thing Monday morning, as in before anyone was awake in the whole area, the loud dump trucks were there emptying the weekend trash. That was annoying and would be the only thing we were unhappy with.
A lot of people used golf carts to get around with as the park is very hilly and some of them are steep due to the landscape of the area. If you are traveling with small children or elderly folks, that would be a good choice. Reserve early! There are only a limited amount.
We would stay there again!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Over 125 campsites including 20/30/50 amp electrical, water, sewer and primitive sites. 74 Rental cabins of various sizes. Jumping pillow, 2 pools, splash pad, 300' waterslide, free hi-speed wi-fi and more. Full-time recreation staff during peak season. Some cabins open year round. Major expansion underway in 2017. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mammoth Cave Jellystone Park Camp Hotel Cave City
- Mammoth Cave Jellystone Park Camp Resort