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Old 08-23-2013, 07:39 AM   #41
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We are going to Hagerstown Yogi this year for Halloween. Went to DE Yogi last year for Halloween they are a newer Yogi.
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Old 08-23-2013, 08:09 AM   #42
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We are going to Hagerstown Yogi this year for Halloween. Went to DE Yogi last year for Halloween they are a newer Yogi.

We will be there 10/4 - 10/6
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Old 08-23-2013, 08:52 AM   #43
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We have gone to Hagerstown for Halloween the last 3 years........skipping this year since we are going to Disney instead! We have enjoyed it for Halloween!
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Old 08-23-2013, 08:55 PM   #44
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We will be there 10/4 - 10/6



We will be there 10/17 - 10/20
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Old 08-23-2013, 09:19 PM   #45
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We were at Jellystone in Natural Bridge Station VA 2 weekends ago. The campground sprawls over a considerable area. We were in an area removed from the main attractions and figured we'd have peace and quiet there. BUT, there was a constant stream of golf carts going by our camper from early morning until past dark. They make big bucks renting these and don't allow guests to bring in their own carts; I don't know how many they have available to rent, but they ALL seemed to stay booked the whole weekend we were there. We were there with our camping club. To us, it was not worth the price we paid, and we'll not go back there. But I'm sure it's appealing to families with young children... but for the life of me, I can't figure out what pleasure they get in just riding around the campground in a golf cart!
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Old 08-23-2013, 10:30 PM   #46
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The only we have stayed at is Hagerstown. Nice but a little expensive. Lots to do for the kids. That is the only reason we go and is usually just once a year. We have gone to Drummer Boy for Halloween the last few years and going again this year.
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Old 09-02-2013, 11:13 AM   #47
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We stayed at the Jellystone Park in Woodstock, NB this summer while traveling through the Canadian Maritime Provinces. We just overnighted there.

The park was clean but they did charge extra for most of the stuff kids want to use. Ours are all teens so they were only interested in the pool. The staff we talked to were all friendly.

The shower I used was hot and cold, hard to control the temp, but the washrooms were generally clean. Our pull through site was quite narrow and our neighbour's sewer dump was in the middle of our site.

If we had younger kids we might have stayed a couple of nights but it didn't suit us with 3 teenagers. It was OK for an overnight stay though.
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Old 09-02-2013, 11:18 AM   #48
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When the kids were younger it was a great place for the kids and for us to party with them...lol....A lot of them have DJ's on Friday and Saturday nights. We like the more quite campground now!...lol
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Reviving an old thread.


I stayed at the Jellystone in Madison FL this past weekend. I was parked in the big rig area and the site was surprising level for a gravel lot.



the park was nice and clean. there where a surprising number of campers in the park and plenty of kids for my son to play with around the park.

One issue however was the position of the sewer line. the pipe was raised about 6-8 inches above ground which made drainage difficult without the sewer line stands.

Otherwise, the spaces where wide ( they could have easily held twice as many large RV's) and each site had a fire pit(old Tractor Trailer wheel), and a picnic table.

The rate was $30.00 per night with the GoodSam discount.
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Old 12-10-2014, 01:50 PM   #50
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I can second this. Stayed there for a week this summer. Train track (busy all night) 75 ft from site, roads potholed terribly, everything cost extra, very tight spots, dirty buildings, camp store and everything in it smelled like an ash tray, I could go on and on.
Had to just deal with it as extended family were there with us and had made the reservation.
Much much nicer places just up the road at Indiana Dunes SP.


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I think they can be hit or miss. I have great memories camping at jellystone as a kid (20 years ago)

I will caution anyone planning to stay at the Jellystone Park in Portage IN east of Chicago. 54$ a night and it is the WORST campground I have ever seen. 90% perm mobile homes and trash everywhere. The electricity was so weak we couldn't run the air on our unit. We were there for about 2 hours before we got a full refund and found another place down the road.

Some of them are really nice. I think they are all individually owned.
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