North Carolina Camper Wins Autographed Movie Poster

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In April, members of Club Yogi Rewards could use their points to bid on a Yogi Bear Movie Poster signed by Dan Aykroyd, Justin Timberlake and other cast members! The Collier Family of Creedmoor, North Carolina placed the winning bid. 

“We love staying at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park in Tabor City , NC! Whenever we go, our family always has a wonderful time. We have a chance to relax and enjoy each other. The staff at Yogi Bear’s Tabor City is so friendly and helpful. The campground facilities have been awesome for our family and church camping trips. A special thanks to Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park in Tabor City, NC; you guys are awesome!”

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Geocaching: A Modern Day Treasure Hunting Experience

Geocaching (pronounced geo-cashing) is an activity that combines technology and the great outdoors. It is a modern day treasure hunting experience; a game of hide and seek. Anyone can become a geocacher at anytime.

There are two types of geocachers: hiders and seekers. The “hider” hides a cache and announces its GPS coordinates on a web site such as geocaching.com. “Seekers” then look up the caches that are located near an area they want to search. The coordinates of the cache are typed into a handhelp GPS unit, then the seeker follows it to the site, typically within 6-20 feet of the cache. They are on their own at that point and must follow their intuition, rely on previous experience, or turn to clues provided by the hider or previous seekers to find the exact location of the cache.

The cache is a water tight container that usually consists of a log book or sheet and small trinkets. Once the cache is found, the seeker then signs the book, takes a trinket, replaces the trinket with one of their own, and hides the cache in the same spot so the next seeker may have the pleasure of the find. Keep in mind caches should always be family friendly since many families use geocaching as an opportunity for family bonding and exercise. 

Check out this video from geocaching.com that explains the basics. And you can read more information about geocaching events at Jellystone Park campgrounds on this blog. 

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Snowbirds, Head South

Escape the North’s brutal cold, head south to Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park™ at Daddy Joe’s! Nestled on a quiet farm setting in Tabor City, North Carolina, this campground has everything you need for a warm and cozy winter. There’s no reason to hibernate…enjoy hiking our trails, playing a game of shuffleboard, taking a bike ride around our lake, or just meeting new friends. And with the beaches only 30 minutes away, there are lots of shopping and dining opportunities. Take advantage of the Snowbird Specials. Don’t wait; make plans today!

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