Jellystone Park campground in Bloomington has announced a rate reduction for their White Pine Cabins. You can save over $30 per night! Call 812-824-3322 to make a reservation.
Weekends: $85.00 per night
Weekdays: $75.00 per night
Holidays: $95.00 3 night minimum
Our White Pine Cabins feature a separate bedroom. They are not in a wooded setting but offer a nice area for your outside relaxation. These cabins are rustic inside featuring beautiful knotty pine wood interiors with high ceilings, and white pine exteriors. These cabins sleep 2 adults and 2 children nicely.
*A separate bedroom with full-size bed
*Pull-out couch or futon
*Full bathroom with toilet, sink and shower
*Heat (space heater) and air conditioning
*TV with DIRECTV
*Picnic table and fire ring
We have one handicapped White Pine Cabin that does not have a separate bedroom. It has a full size bed and bunk beds.
For the second year, CrossRoads RV and Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Fremont, IN hosted an open house in honor of all active-duty and retired military personnel. Operation Appreciation Open House was held on Armed Forces Day, May 19. The event was in celebration of the continuing partnership between the two Northern Indiana businesses, according to a news release. The program was designed to benefit active-duty military personnel with some “rest and relaxation.” For Operation Appreciation, Jellystone Park donates a seasonal lot while CrossRoads RV supplies a luxurious Hampton destination trailer for military personnel and their families to use, free of charge.
During the open house, which ran from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., all of Jellystone Park’s amenities were available, including mini-golf, a waterslide and basketball. Additionally, special children’s activities were planned and a lunch was served. CrossRoads RV also offered tours of the Operation Appreciation Hampton unit.
Boo Boo and Yogi get a chance to thank Roger Barry, (left), Fremont, Ind., Jellystone Park owner, and Don Emahiser, Pesident of CrossRoads RV, for making Operation Appreciation a huge success.
The Jellystone Park campground in Bloomington, Indiana is having a “Camper Appreciation” weekend for Bloomington residents from August 26-28.
Camp for just $17.50 for an RV site or $50.00 for a cabin! Enjoy the sparkling swimming pool, new jumping pillow, playground & more! Then join the Perry Clear Creek Fire Dept for a Hog Roast.
To make a reservation, call (800) 641-9308.
The Barry and Corcimiglia families, owners of the Jellystone Park™ Campground in Fremont, Indiana , have been recognized with the Facility of the Year Award by the Jellystone Park franchise system. The award is given to the Campground that has added new amenities and facilities while also showing sustained improvements on current amenities.
Located on northeastern Indiana’s beautiful Barton Lake, Fremont’s Jellystone Park Campground offers 540 scenic campsites and 36 cabins and cottages; three additional rustic cabins will be available this season. The campground features a wide array of amenities, from indoor and outdoor pools to a water playground, Zoomflume and Speed & Tube waterslides, five playgrounds, kiddie train rides, Water Wars, paddle and rowboat rentals, and so much more. A new lounge pool will make its debut in the swimming area this season. Planned activities and themed weekends make camping more fun than ever all season long. This year’s weekend lineup includes Fantasy and Fairytale Weekend (May 13-15), when guests can dress up as their favorite storybook character; Honor our Heroes Weekend (June 3-5), which offers 25% off two-night reservation fees to all active military, veterans, firefighters, police, EMTs and teachers; and Cindy Bear’s Sweet Delights Weekend (July 29-31), where each guest’s sweet tooth will enjoy special treats!
The park earned the Facility of the Year award in part due to the 2010 addition of a fourth swimming pool complete with a pavilion. “We are honored to have received the 2010 Facility of the Year Award from our franchisor,” said Roger Barry, who has owned the Fremont park for more than 30 years. “We take great pride in providing excellent amenities and customer service so each guest has the ultimate camping experience.” The campground has won the Facility of the Year award a total of five times since joining the Jellystone Park family in 1982.
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park in Fremont opens for the 2011 season on April 16. For reservations, call 800-375-6063 or visit jellystonesbest.com.
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp Resort at Barton Lake is celebrating the fall and Halloween season this year with four Halloween weekends!
September 17-19 is “Happy Howl-O-Ween”, geared for the Little Tykes. The Barton Lake Indiana campground will feature a costume parade with trick-or-treating along the parade route, picture time in the pumpkin patch, hunt for The Great Pumpkin, story time, craft hour, cartoons, wagon rides, bingo and more!
September 24-26 “Yogi Bear Witching Weekend”, Something is brewing on Barton Lake! Costume parade with judging, trick or treating through the park, bring a pumpkin for judging, best decorated site awards, ceramics, wagon rides, cartoons, bingo and more!
October 1-3 “Monster Bash”, Halloween is not complete without a Monster Bash! Wear your costume for the famous Monster Ball with the Bears, Trick or treating through the campground, ceramics, cartoons, wagon rides, bingo and much more! Keep those sites decorated – awards for the best decorated campsites!
October 8-10 “Spooks & Spirits” Another spooky weekend at our Jellystone Park in Indiana! Bring your costume for the costume parade with judging, trick or treating through the park, ceramics, cartoons, wagon rides, bingo and best decorated site awards!
The Knightstown, Indiana Jellystone Park campground was featured in the article “Hoosiers Go Looking for Gold” which appeared in the July 29 issue of the Indianapolis Star. Read the full article here.
This Indiana campground , located 25 miles east of Indianapolis off I-70, is home to Bonnieville Gold Camp, a re-creation of an 1860 Gold Camp. It’s complete with a 6 ft by 14 ft sorting box and easy access to Jellystone Creek.
Anyone can try his or her luck in finding gold and they provide free panning lessons and rental equipment for the first timer.
Only the very best campgrounds are accepted into the Jellystone Park family … and we’re proud to welcome a brand new member in beautiful Bloomington, Indiana! The former Cedar Ridge Camping Resort will re-open on April 16 as Jellystone Park at Lake Monroe.
Located just a few short miles from Lake Monroe – Indiana’s largest lake – the new campground is the perfect spot to enjoy boating and fishing from the 10,000-plus acre lake’s nine convenient ramps. And the campground itself is a wonderful family destination with RV and tenting sites, as well as a wide selection of deluxe cabins.
While onsite, check out the three pools for aquatic family fun. The heated indoor pool is the perfect place to get your laps in, while the outdoor wading pool is great for kids with its waterslide and waterfall. And a 1200-square-foot outdoor swimming pool is perfect for sunning or a rousing game of Marco Polo. Once you dry off, it’s time to enjoy the playground, miniature golf, volleyball court, horseshoes, nature walking trails, game room and so much more. There’s even a fenced-in dog park so the family pooch gets in on the fun.
If you want to venture off the campground, an 18-hole championship golf course is just across the road. And you’re within easy driving of picturesque Bloomington, home of Indiana University and a wide range of cultural, dining and entertainment options.
And, look for more information soon on four additional campgrounds joining the Jellystone Park family in 2010: Burleson/South Fort Worth, TX; Columbia, SC; Branson, MO and Donalsonville, GA. It’s shaping up to be a great year for camping with Yogi Bear™!
The fifth annual Civil War Event will take place at the Jellystone Park campground in Knightstown, Indiana this weekend – August 8 and 9, 2009. The Knightstown campground is located 25 miles east of Indianapolis off I-70.
Civil War re-enactors of the 33rd Virginia, 44th Kentucky, 49th Indiana and 1st Wisconsin will be encamped at the Jellystone Park. You and your family will experience how people lived, ate, slept, played, dress and fought. This is a wonderful learning opportunity with many hands-on activities and demonstrations.
Activities are scheduled for 9 am – 10 pm Saturday and Sunday 9 am – 2pm. Admission is $5/person per day.
Call 800-446-9644 to reserve your campsite! Cabins, RV sites and tent campsites are available.