Share your family’s Christmas celebration with Yogi™ and Boo Boo™ by taking home this keepsake ornament by Hallmark™. They are sure to become family favorites as they hang around with your family for the holidays. Visit your neighborhood Hallmark™ store today!
It’s almost October. The leaves are turning and the peak camping season is over, but it doesn’t mean that you can’t still get out there for a family camping trip. Your RV doesn’t have frozen pipes. You haven’t winterized yet. Even if you have, you can still get out for a nice brisk fall weekend with the kids. While some parks have already closed, we stay open all year and the weather is beautiful with cooler nights to make the campfire more enjoyable.
Here are just a few reasons to get out there again:
- Less traffic
- Less crowded
- Lower campsite prices
- Changing seasons and colors
RUSTIC CABINS are discounted this Fall* with the exception of the following dates:
Oct. 8-11, Oct. 22-24 & Oct. 29-31.
- 1-Room Cabin (sleeps 5) $50.00 per night
- Reg. price $88.00 – $96.00 per night
- 2-Room Cabin (sleeps 7) $60.00 per night
- Reg. price $98.00 – $106.00 per night
*Applies only to the Jellystone Park in Sturbridge
New in 2010, Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort in Mill Run Pennsylvania introduced the first snow-less snow tubing track into the camping industry.
Yogi Bear, Boo Boo and Cindy Bear took the first ride down the track as onlookers cheered them on waiting anxiously to take their turn sliding down the hill. Kids and adults of all ages enjoy the fun that this brings into the Mill Run Pennsylvania campground. Rider’s line up, to either form long trains or race each other to the end. Evening parties have been started to do late night glow stick riding which brings a different twist to the ride. The cooler the evening gets, the faster the track starts to run and with it being dark and unlit, the thrill of not knowing where you will end up, excites the campers even more.
While waiting for your turn campers enjoy snow cones, cotton candy, popcorn and drinks at the activity table. Anyone passing through Mill Run Pennsylvania should stop by and try out the slides. Just think you don’t have to put snow boots, gloves , hats and extra clothing on to enjoy the same fun you have in the winter. Plus there is no chance for frostbite.