We had a water/electric site for a pop up camper. The sites were very close together and on a hill. We got lucky and got the site at the top of the hill but we had traffic on 3 sides of us. The water park shut down for half of a day one of the days we were there. The workers in the water park area didn't impose any rules or order. There were LOTS of parents that let their young kids run around the water park unattended. Cutting lines, spraying really young kids in the face, pushing & shoving. They do have a nice activity center but a lot of activities have a fee. They have nice golf carts to rent at a decent rate. The campground is large and very hilly. I recommend renting one. Also, the campground is in the middle of no where. I don't think I'll be back because the nightly rates are too high.
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- Also Known As:
- Yogi Bear`s Jellystone Park Hotel North Java