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Amboy – Amboy, IL

970 Greenwing Rd.
P.O. Box 200
Amboy, IL 61310

GPS: Lat: 41.723396 – Lng: -89.265633

Dates Open: Apr 15 to Oct 15 Mid-April to Mid-October

Direct Phone: (815) 857-3860
Direct Toll-Free: (800) FOR-YOGI

Email: oconnells@mhchomes.com

Website: http://www.jellystoneamboy.com

 

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About

Located in Amboy, this Illinois campground features cabin & cottage rentals, tent sites, 5,000 sq. ft. convention center, RV camping and an RV sales, service & supply store.

Campground Awards

Office Hours

Excellence Award

Woodalls 5w/5w

Woodalls Top 100 Campgrounds

Trailer Life 8.5/9.0/9.0*

In Season: 9am-7pm Daily; Off Season: Mon-Fri 9am-3pm

Map

Located 60 miles S of Rockford, 90 miles W of Chicago. From intersection of I-39 (US 51) & Hwy 30, go 12 miles W on Hwy 30 to Pine Hill Rd, then 3 miles S, follow signs.

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Sites & Rentals

  • Cindy’s Cottage
  • 12 Cabins
  • 13 Park trailers
  • 150 W/E Sites Plus primitive sites
  • 488 Full Hook Up W/E/S Sites
  • 700 Sites

Water Fun

  • Beaches
  • Canoe or Kayak Rentals
  • Spas
  • Water facilities open May – mid-September
  • Heated Pool
  • Hot Tub
  • Kiddie Pool
  • Lake
  • Lake Swimming (Memorial Day – Labor Day)
  • Paddleboat Rentals
  • Sandy Beach
  • Waterslide Double-flume (48in height required)

Play

  • Ballfield
  • Basketball Court
  • Full time activities daily Mid-June thru Mid-August
  • Yogi’s theatre
  • Fishing
  • Gameroom / redemption center
  • Gem Mining – mining sluice
  • Golf Cart Rentals
  • Hiking Trails
  • Horseshoes
  • Mini-Golf

Convenience

  • Arts & crafts center
  • Banquet room
  • Friday dinner
  • Handicapped accessible
  • Party room
  • RV storage
  • Sunday breakfast
  • General Store & snack bar
  • 2 Laundry Rooms

Nearby (within 30 Minutes)

  • Biking Trails
  • Boating
  • Golf Course/Driving Range
  • Hiking Trails

Calendar of Events

April

April 18 – 20

Wake Up the Bears Yawn & Stretch Weekend

April 25 – 26

Yogi Bear’s Fishing Derby and Polar Plunge

May

May 02 – 04

Cinco de Mayo

May 09 – 12

Cindy Bear’s Fairy Tale Mothers Day

May 16 – 18

Yogi Bear’s Wild West

May 24 – 27

Memorial Day Summerfest

May 30 – June 01

Bear’s Birthday Bash

June

June 06 – 08

Mardi Gras

June 13 – 15

Father’s Day Sports Weekend

June 20 – 22

Hurray for Hollywood

June 27 – 29

Boo Boo™ Safari Ride Weekend

July

July 03 – 06

4th of July Celebration

July 11 – 13

Saturday in the Park

July 18 – 20

Yogi Bear’s Pirate Adventures

July 25 – 27

Christmas in July

August

August 01 – 03

Corn Festival

August 08 – 10

Parrothead Beach Party

August 15 – 17

Back to School Tailgate Party

August 22 – 24

Racing, Racing, Racing

August 29 – September 01

Labor Day at Jellystone Park™

 

*Events are subject to change. Please contact the park directly for event details.*

  • Campsites $50-$60
  • Rental units $89-$200 plus tax
  • Midweek discounts
  • $3/night resort fee
  • Off season rates available
  • Special packages available
  • Wristbands for waterslide/boats/golf $13-$18
  • Payment in full due with reservation
  • Holidays 3 night minimum stay
  • Cancellations: 14 days or more prior to arrival-refund less $25
  • (MC/V/D/AMEX)

Discounts: Midweek Rates $10 off per night

Age Restrictions: Must be 21 to rent a campsite or cabin.

Pet Policy: Pets allowed but must be on leash and cleaned up after. Pets not allowed in rental units.

  • Amboy Depot Museum

    This Illinois Central Railroad Depot, built in 1876, has been completely renovated and is now a 19-room museum reflecting the history of the Amboy area. Other attractions adjoining the museum include: a steam locomotive on display, with a one-room school house, the Illinois Central Freight House, and a 1920’s era Norfolk & Western caboose all open to tour. #815-857-3814

  • Boyhood Home Of Ronald Reagan

    This house was the Reagans’ first home when they moved to Dixon in 1920. Owned by a non-profit foundation, the home has been restored to its 1920 condition and is the core of a small complex including a visitors’ center, gift shop, and park with a statue of the former president. <br />
    #815-288-3404

  • John Deere Historic Site

    In 1837, John Deere hammered out the first successful self scouring steel plow at this location. Visitors can visit the restored John Deere home and view the archaeological display of his original shop complete with practicing blacksmith. A dramatic slide show enhances the experience. #815-652-4551

  • Lee County Tourism

    Lee County of Northwest Illinois. Here you’ll find the "perfect blend of hometown friendliness, area history and peaceful outdoors."

    http://www.leecountytourism.com




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