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.
We absolutely love this campground! This is our 5th year camping here with our 3 young children. The fact that it’s a smaller campground and there is enforcement of the rules is what first attracted us here. There is SO much for kids to do...ours love the pools, jumping pillow, bouncy house, the art activities in the rec center, and the pony rides/petting zoo. It has been great watching our kids grow up here. The staff always keeps the children’s safety in mind first and foremost and are very accommodating. We look forward to many more years here and encourage others to try this campground!
We stayed in this park for the size and convenience of their dog park. Now if you have children, this is the place for you. We no longer have little kids, but we have four dogs. (Three Boston Terriers and a Pug,) Not many parks allow four dogs. So, we decided to try this Yogi Bear park. Mistake! We stayed close to the dog park and it had a lot of dog traffic. But, the “poop baggies” did not get replenished by the park. So, most people just let their dogs’ poop and never picked it up. (I have my own baggies.) I informed three people at the check in desk and they said they would get right on it. They never did. It was disgusting. On the last day a 50 lb. kid was walking a 100 lb. lab to the park. Really the lab was walking him. The lab came directly at me and my dogs and jumped on them. There needs to be a rule that adults walk the dogs. Not their kids. The kid had no control and my husband had to get the dog off our dogs. The kid must have had a cell phone, because three minutes later a golf cart picked up the kid and dog. The park needs to amend their rules. I suggest, If you have dogs, this is not a place for you.
Use extreme caution navigating the narrow and badly surfaced roads leading to the campground. They were apparently aware of a hazard a few hundred yards from the campground and didn't bother to either put up a sign of dump some gravel into the hazard. One worker said other trailers were damaged at that location! Very nice to have discovered this the hard way. We stored our camper there and they give a tiny discount if you camp there, also a disappointment! One of the ground staff is wonderful but the rest could be a bit more friendly. We cancelled our storage contract and will not return. The storage is a muddy mess and the campground is filled with potholes and filled with water after a rain. There are much better alternatives and friendlier staff at other campgrounds.