“Death by Chocolate” Weekends at Jellystone Campgrounds

death by chocolate at Jellystone campgrounds

Jellystone Park campgrounds are known for family fun and at our “Death by Chocolate” weekends, you’ll find a messy good time. Campers can participate in a variety of chocolate activities including pudding wresting, chocolate slip-n-slide, pie eating competitions and more.  Here’s a list of campgrounds with upcoming Death by Chocolate events:

death by chocolate at jellystone campgrounds

Delaware Beaches Jellystone Park, June 28 – 30: Human sundae contest; chocolate pudding wrestling; hot chocolate and marshmallows tug-o-war; sweetheart dance with a DJ and chocolate fountain.Jellystone Park Gulf Shores Alabama, July 29 to Aug. 4: Enjoy homemade chocolate ice cream and create chocolate crafts.

Jellystone Park Eufaula Oklahoma, July 19 – 21: Chocolate Slip N Slide; chocolate pie eating contest; and an ice cream social.

Jellystone Park at Mammoth Cave Kentucky, July 15 – 21: Chocolate Slip N Slide; candy bar bingo; chocolate tug-o-war; wrestle in chocolate pudding; and paint with chocolate pudding.

Jellystone Park in Milton Pennsylvania., June 28 – 30: candy toss; candy jar guess game; chocolate Slip N Slide; and a hot fudge brownie ice cream social.

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KY Campers Take Part in Spruce-Up Weekend

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Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park campground at Mammoth Cave, Kentucky held a volunteer spruce-up day on March 27 and had over 50 camper families and several Scout groups join in and contribute. This fantastic group of spring campers brought lots of energy and worked side by side with campground staff. Campers were rewarded for helping with FREE camping on Friday and Saturday night and lunch on Saturday. 

One group spread 40,000 pounds of rubber mulch – made from over 2,600 recycled tires – under the new playground equipment. Another group helped place 53 tons of stone on a hillside beside some of the campground cabins. Others did painting, placed landscape timbers, tore down some old fences for replacement, picked up trash and worked on the mini-golf course.

This was the sixth year a Spruce-Up Weekend has been held at Mammoth Cave Jellystone Park to help start the season, and reports from management indicate this was the most successful so far, “The work done by these campers was absolutely outstanding!” The campers enjoyed it too. Commented one camper, “I haven’t had this much fun on a Saturday in a long time.”

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campers spread mulch under the new playground

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