Nova Scotia Jellystone Park Wins Award for Excellence in Camping Industry
Frank and Stefi Davies, owners of the Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park campground in Kingston, Nova Scotia, have been recognized as Operators of the Year by the Jellystone Park franchise system.
The Operator of the Year Award recognizes excellence in management and is presented to the individual or team responsible for day-to-day operation of a Camp-Resort. Evaluation criteria include customer service, inspection ratings, daily management and business growth.
“We are honored to be named Operators of the Year,” said Stefi Davies, family campground owner. “We love what we do, and the best part is getting the chance to help families make amazing memories. Our team works hard to run the best property possible, and we’re proud to have those efforts recognized.”
Nestled in the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia, the Jellystone Park is the highest-rated campground in the Maritimes. The park offers a full range of camping options, from rustic tent sites to RV sites complete with free WiFi Internet access, to cabins. Guests can enjoy a wide variety of amenities and activities, from themed weekends and social get-togethers, to the popular Jumping Pillow, a kiddie waterslide and bumper boats, doggy playground, miniature golf, jumbo playground, heated swimming pools and beach volleyball. The Canadian campground also features the Old Faceful Mining Company, where campers can pan for gems.
The Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park campground at Kingston, Nova Scotia is open May 14 – Sept. 19, 2010.