Jellystone Park Campgrounds in Maine!

Skowhegan welcomes the first Jellystone Park campground in the state of Maine! This wonderful campground in Maine is nestled in the woods in the peaceful setting of nearby Madison, ME. Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park at Yonder Hill will be your vacation destination for years to come as you enjoy, camping, hiking, fishing and so much more. Out of any of the other campgrounds in Maine, Jellystone Park’s campground is situated in a naturally serene environment. Nature beckons to the outdoor enthusiast with numerous possibilities. Staying at the Yogi Bear’s Camp Jellystone Park Camp-Resort™ campground in Maine, you will enjoy great amenities, daily activities for the whole family and of course, Yogi Bear™! Amenities include swimming, hiking, cycling, four-wheeling, snowmobiling, skiing, rafting, boating, golfing, and some of the best hunting and fishing that Maine has to offer. Make your reservations today!

Family Campgrounds in Maine

Jellystone Park at Yonder Hill boasts the largest privately owned pool in the state. Its Recreational Hall features billiards, board games, pinball and other arcade games; and can accommodate birthday parties, banquets and other events. The 120 wooded campsites are inviting and feature tent camping, RV campsites and rustic rental cabins. There are a variety of campsite hook up options to choose from to suit any need and comfort level. Camping options include 20-30-50 amp electric, high speed wireless Internet access, and cable television connections. You will also find a camp store stocked with necessities, a deli that is open daily, and weekend cookouts hosted by the campground.

Get Closer to Nature at Our Maine RV Park

The campground’s fishing ponds are perfect for families to enjoy a laidback afternoon together while the nearby area offers scenic rivers and lakes for the avid fisherman. Hunters will enjoy all that camping in Maine has to offer as well. Hunting in Maine includes deer, moose, black bear, grouse, woodcock, and sea duck to name a few. The golf lover can shoot “birdies” at the 9 hole par 3 course at Loon’s Cove Golf Course located 7 miles from the campground in Skowhegan.

Easy Access to Off-Site Attractions in Maine

The history buff will enjoy a visit to Old Fort Western in Augusta, Maine. Located 40 miles south of the campground, it was built in 1754 and is the oldest surviving wooden fort in America. Old Fort Western features exhibits from the Revolutionary War time period, scheduled reenactments, and instructional programs. Witness living history from America’s early beginnings.

Take a drive along one of the many scenic byways in Maine. Each invites you to come explore from the comfort of your vehicle. US RT 201 is one such byway that gives you scenic views all the way from the campground in Maine to the Canadian border. Just a one hour drive north on Route 201 will take you to The Forks—a major whitewater rafting area that lies at the intersection of the Dead River and Kennebec River. Choose from more than a dozen whitewater rafting outfitters to gear up for a river adventure. If you would rather be keep your feet on the ground, there are several hiking trails to choose from as well, with difficulty levels ranging from beginner to experienced. While at The Forks, find your way to Moxie Falls by way of a 1.5 mile round trip marked trail. Moxie Falls is one of highest and most beautiful waterfalls in the state of Maine; a truly amazing site to behold. Find activities like hiking, boating, climbing, swimming, diving, bird watching, and bicycling at Acadia National Park located on the Atlantic Coast approximately a 2 hour drive southeast of the park. Take time to shop or visit the museums in Skowhegan (10 miles) or Augusta (40 miles).

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