The Jellystone Park family is excited to welcome our very first campground in the rugged, beautiful state of Maine: Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park at Yonder Hill is a year-round campground located at the gateway to one of Maine’s most beautiful scenic byways. The area features recreational opportunities galore, including hiking, cycling, four-wheeling, snowmobiling, rafting, and some of the best hunting and fishing in the state. Located near the town of Skowhegan, the region also has a rich Native American history and plenty of historic sites to explore.
Summer weekends at Yonder Hill campground are perfect for family bonding, with a scavenger hunt, kids’ crafts and grown-up Bingo every Saturday, a pot-luck supper every Saturday night and a regular wagon ride. Or check out one of the themed weekends. Here’s a quick sample:
July 16-17 Wet and Wild Weekend
Time for some wet and wild fun! Pool games, wet wagon rides and more make for great fun for all ages.
July 23 – 24 Christmas In July
Celebrate Christmas with Yogi and Santa Claus! Parents, bring a wrapped gift with your child’s name on it to the office for Santa to give to your child. Saturday morning, sign up for the Christmas dinner in the office.
Aug 13 – 14 Skowhegan State Fair and Race Car Weekend
How wonderful to have the fair just a few miles away! The Skowhegan State Fair is the nation’s oldest continuously-run agricultural fair, with carnival rides, demolition derby, 4H exhibits and great food. Jellystone Park campers can support their favorite race car driver is by wearing his / her number and decorating your site. Bring your matchbox car to race against other drivers on our track! Get ready. Get set. Go!
Jellystone Park at Yonder Hill is located off Interstate 95 at 221 Lakewood Road in Madison, Maine. To make a reservation, visit http://www.yonderhilljellystone.com/ or call 207.474.7353.
Traveling north, Jellystone Park Campground in Maine is located in the central part of the state in Madison which is near Skowhegan. Formerly named Yonderhill Family RV Park, the campground is located at the gateway to one of Maine’s most beautiful scenic byways. The area features plenty of recreation including hiking, cycling, four-wheeling, snowmobiling, rafting and some of the best hunting and fishing in the state. The region’s rich Native American history means there are many well-documented historic sites nearby.
The clean, peaceful campground boasts one of the largest outdoor pools in Maine and accommodations for every camper, from the smallest tent to the biggest RV – and even cabins. The renovated grounds include new electric and sewer services, as well as WiFi and cable TV for many sites. The onsite deli is open daily and weekends feature cook-outs including lobster bakes, pig roasts, steak dinners, bean suppers, and pasta plates. The nature trail, playground, outdoor pavilion and planned activities make this year-round park perfect for family fun.