Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park™ at Gloucester Point!
Join your three favorite bears:
Yogi Bear™, Boo Boo™, and Cindy Bear™ at Jellystone Park at Gloucester Point for a family vacation you will never forget!
Located in beautiful Gloucester County at the edge of both Hampton Roads and the Chesapeake Bay area, Jellystone Park has the best of both worlds. Stay at the resort to enjoy the rural beauty of the Severn River and spend your days fishing and crabbing or explore all the campground amenities and planned activities or take a short drive to any of the many major local attractions like Colonial Williamsburg, Busch Gardens and Yorktown.
Just got back from a weekend trip. We had a great time! Staff was great, plenty of activities for the kids. I liked how later everything stayed open on the weekends. My 4 and 15 year old had a great time. The pool and splash park were on the smaller side but where great none the less. We got a raised and covered platform tent site. It was to small to fit my complete tent but that was my fault for not checking in advance. Had great views! The only complaints I have is there are no recycle bins at all (unless I missed them). Not a big deal but important to me. Also the restroom/bath houses are in desperate need of an upgrade and should be cleaned more often. We will defiantly be returning!
Plenty of stuff to do for kids. Came on a very busy weekend (Labor Day) and staff was highly attentive and helpful. Kayaking, paddle-boating (is that a word?), jump pillow, pool, peddle cars- all free amenities! Crafts very reasonably priced. Can be very relaxing and enjoyable for parents and kids if you want it to be. Thanks Jellystone!
Great for getting away if primitive camping isn't an option. Kids had a great time and made lots of friends. We really appreciated the pool and air conditioned arcade to get out of the heat. Only complaints are the lack of reflective markings to navigate at night (walking to the bathroom was slightly difficult) and wading pool was very cold even in the midst of July weather. Otherwise, the staff was very friendly and it was a pleasant surprise to find the bathrooms/showers were each private rooms rather than a big room with stalls with curtained showers. Would return and recommend to friends.
Editing to add that anyone with an RV or trailer should be careful driving into the park. The small road from the main road to camp is small and has a deep ditch. It wasn't fun even in my van, and we watched the RV in front of us almost go off the road several times.