Tabor City, NC – All policemen, firemen, EMS, and military personnel join the crew at Jellystone Park campground in Tabor City, North Carolina on May 14-16 for a weekend of appreciation for the wonderful job you do. Camping rates for your site will be 50% off for this weekend. A valid ID card will be required at check-in for proof that you are a member of one of these fine organizations. We have lots of fun planned for you and your comrades, so spread the word throughout your troop!
With summer ending and school starting, we know that your family schedule is gearing up for the hustle-bustle that fall brings. If you happen to have an empty spot in your September calendar, or you just need one more getaway, consider visiting the Jellystone Park campground in Tabor City, North Carolina! From September 8-30, rates are reduced by 25% in appreciation of your patronage AND to entice you to come for some much-needed “down time.”
September is a more relaxed, quiet time that is perfect for the rejeuvenation you need!
Call 877-668-8586 to make a reservation. The campground is located in southwestern NC, near Myrtle Beach.
Each year, Jellystone Park Camp-Resorts conduct a Customer Satisfaction Survey to improve our guest service and amenities. As an incentive, four lucky guests are randomly chosen from the respondents to receive a $500 cash gift card. Here’s a little about each 2008 winner and their plans for the $500 prize money.
Nicole C. from Conover, North Carolina stayed at the Jellystone Park Camp-Resort in Cherokee, NC with her husband and four year old son several times over the summer. The 2008 camping season was their first year camping at a Jellystone Park. They enjoy tent camping and plan to spend the winnings on some fishing supplies and new tent. Nicole says, “We like to stay beside the river and have always had a great time. Jellystone is a great family oriented campground.”
Marie F. from Wadesville, Indiana and her husband and children camped with her brother and his family at the St. Louis, Missouri campground location in August 2008 for the first time. “The campground we stayed at was very clean and (the people) friendly. The kids enjoyed all the activities. I enjoy camping because it lets me and the family spend time together.” says Marie. She says the prize money will probably go towards another camping trip.
Arcenio G. from Forney, Texas likes tent camping with his family. They camped in July at the Hill Country, Texas campground and plan to spend some of their prize money on more camping equipment. Arcenio says, “Camping is so productive for the family to spend real quality time. We love the family atmosphere, all the amenities, the security, and activities there!”
Tabitha H. from North Carolina went tent camping in July 2008 at the Cherokee, North Carolina campground with her husband. She says, “Our first time camping at Jellystone Park was great! The park was very clean and the staff was very friendly. We enjoy camping and the outdoors very much!” The couple plans to use their winnings on another camping trip to Washington State.
The Jellystone Park campground in southern NC is offering some great deals for this summer. If you are looking for an upscale campground near Myrtle Beach , you have to check out the Jellystone Park in Tabor City. It was named the Jellystone Park franchise Camp-Resort of the Year and is sure to impress your family!
Summer Vacation Deals in North Carolina:
FREE RV Storage: Book 5 Weekends between May 1 thru November 1 and store your unit for free.
10% discount: Stay 7 nights in a cabin, tent, yurt or RV campsite and get 10% off your entire stay.
Midweek special: Sunday and Thursday nights – all campsites and rentals are 50% off.
Restrictions apply. Call for details. #877-668-8586
Visit the Camp-Resort of the Year in North Carolina
Situated on a former tobacco farm in beautiful southeastern North Carolina, Tabor City Jellystone Park is this year’s Camp-Resort of the Year. Located near Myrtle Beach, this Jellystone Park is best described as a “mini state park” featuring all natural log cabin finishes on the buildings and unique quad campsites – perfect for groups.
If you’re not a traditional camper, take advantage of the deluxe cabins or yurts. Plus families love the pools, Water War games, waterslides, monster truck ride, and Splash Zone.