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Jellystone Park of Estes
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Reviewed 11 August 2008

We traveled to Jellystone for a family gathering. The front desk staff was rude to 3 out of the 4 families (we all came in at different times). The cabins are VERY small, very close together, and kind of expensive for what you get. They advertise miniature golf for the kids, but it is an extra cost, and again the ladies were condescending to our children. The pool was a bright shade of green, and there was no way that I would let someone I loved go into it. The good part was that we all had a good time aside from the tiny uncomfortable cabins, and that we were expecting them to be fairly rustic. I won't go back.

  • Stayed: August 2008, travelled with family
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1  Thank saralynb
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Reviewed 23 June 2008

This is a really nice campground for tent campers, RVers or if you stay in a cabin. Lots of stuff for kids to do, you won't have a problem keeing them busy! RV sites are mostly shady with medium sized lots and most have water and electric. We will definitely stay here again.

Stayed: June 2008
2  Thank shelnbay
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Reviewed 4 September 2007

We got the RV site for less than $30/night because we were there in the middle of the week at the end of August. It was not crowded but but I'm sure it's a lot worse during the main tourist season. Many of the sites are close together and not very big. It'd be hard to get a large RV into most of them. It's about 5 miles from Estes Park/Rocky Mountain National Park. The staff was very friendly. It'd be a great place to stay with kids as they have lots of activities and a mini-golf on site.

  • Stayed: August 2007, travelled with family
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3  Thank LoveToGo629
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Reviewed 17 June 2007

This was a fun camping trip that could have been more fun...if we had more time. We went up from Thursday to Sunday.

We are a family of 4 (boys ages 5 & 7). We went with two other families of four too. When we arrived, the store/check in was very cute/clean. Had some fun things in there. We drove up to our tents and my husband said... Where are we going to put the tent? (My girlfriend said that her husband asked the same thing when they arrived). But, really.... it wasn't that small of a site once we set up our 10 person tent. It was plenty big. And the kids had a ball hiking around in the wooded area down behind our tents. The only thing was that the tent sites that we were in were built up with blocks. If you had a toddler or baby... the drop would be a problem. (Make sure you ask for a site that is better equipped for little ones). It does have a split rail fence-but won't keep a curious toddler from falling. We were near the bathrooms which was nice. The sites were pretty close together. Some more than others. The RV area looked really crowded.

The bathrooms had 2 shower stalls and 3 toilet stalls. It was only really busy first thing on Sunday morning. The cleaning staff was in there several times keeping it clean as they can. However, there is only so much they can do when some visitors don't care to do their share to clean up after themselves. The only think about the bathroom that I didn't like was the sink/water pressure. It was one of those that you had to push it down with one hand the entire time you wanted water. Then, very little water came out.

The roads were paved but a little steep. Seemed like kids were always falling down.

The movie at the Pavilion in the eve was nice. So were the craft times. We went to the pool. It was pretty small and went from 3ft to 5ft. deep. Cleanliness was OK. On the weekend it got pretty crowded. We didn't have time to putt-putt or go in the game room. Thought it did look fun! Our kids were content with hiking around the woods and roasting marshmallows. By the way... try Reese’s Butter Cups instead of chocolate bars with your s'mores next time. They were a huge hit!


The bathrooms had 2 shower stalls and 3 toilet stalls. It was only really busy first thing on Sunday morning. The cleaning staff was in there several times keeping it clean as they can. However, there is only so much they can do when some visiters don't care to do their share to clean up after themselves. The only think about the bathroom that I didn't like was the sink/water pressure. It was one of those that you had to push it down with one hand the entire time you wanted water. Then, very little water came out.

The roads were paved but a little steep. Seemed like kids were always falling down.

The movie at the Pavilian in the eve was nice. So were the craft times. The kids were able to meet Yogi Bear every day too. We went to the pool twice. It was pretty small went from 3ft to 5ft.. Cleanliness was OK. On the weekend it got pretty crowded. We didn't have time to putt-putt, go in the game room, or rent the dohickies that you ride around in. And I am bummed that we missed the candy bar bingo and the hay ride with Yogi. Our kids were content with hiking around the woods and roasting marshmallows. By the way... try Reeses Butter Cups instead of chocolate bars with your s'mores next time. They were a huge hit!

The pollen was thick (in mid June). It was crazy! Though luckily our allergies amazingly didn't flare up to bad.

Quite time was 10pm to 7am. However, each night there was always that one group that couldn't seem to tell time. I guess you get that with most campgrounds.

All in all we had a good time. We will go back again!

7  Thank whatithough
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