YOGI BEAR™ and his friends are so excited to introduce a fun new program for all our guests: the Jellystone Park Trail!
Stay at each of these six parks during the two-year Trail event, and you will receive a certificate good for $150 off a return visit!
Fremont, Indiana – North of Ft. Wayne, near Shipshewana – located on Barton Lake
Holmes County, Ohio – South of Shreve and set in the World’s Largest Amish Community
Mt. Gilead, Ohio – North of Columbus
Uniontown, Ohio – Near Akron and Canton
Harrisville, Pennsylvania – North of Pittsburgh, near Slippery Rock and Grove City
Mill Run, Pennsylvania – One hour south of Pittsburgh in the beautiful Laurel Highlands
These six Camp-Resorts share the family-friendly Jellystone Park features you expect, like visits with Yogi Bear, planned activities, theme weekends, water amenities, mini-golf, gamerooms, playgrounds, Wi-Fi, camp stores, and so much more!
Although the parks share similar features and geography, each has unique characteristics that will keep you coming back. Here’s a great chance to experience different Jellystone Park campgrounds while exploring each one’s nearby attractions. Even if you don’t make it to all six Parks, you’re sure to have a fun and memorable experience.
How It Works
When you stay at least one night with the Jellystone Park locations above, you will get a custom stamp from that park. If you fill all six park stamps, you will receive a $150 gift certificate good towards your next camping or cabin stay.
The gift certificate must be used at one of the six locations on the trail and is good towards camping or cabin rental fees only. The promotion ends December 31, 2016.
Once you’ve collected all six stamps, complete the form on the back of the brochure and mail the entire brochure (with your stamped locations) to: Leisure Systems Inc. Attn: Jellystone Park Trail, 502 TechneCenter Dr. Suite D, Milford OH 45150. Must be postmarked by December 31, 2016.
Leisure Systems Inc., the franchisor of Jellystone Park campgrounds, will mail the certificate to you. The certificate expires one year from the date your brochure is processed. One certificate per household.
Click here for more information and to download the brochure, then start collecting those stamps!