Visit Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort in Quarryville, Pennsylvania and stay in the Cozy Cabin. The Cozy Cabins are pet-friendly and have their own private bathroom with a sink, toilet, and shower. The cabin also features a ceiling fan, central heating and air conditioning, and a DVD player. There is a mini-fridge, coffee maker, microwave, toaster, and a table and chairs in each cabin; however, there is no sink. They have a private patio with a grill, a table for eating outside, and a fire ring.
There is space for up to 5 guests in the cabin, thanks to 1 big bed with a single bunk above or a trundle below, and 1 set of twin bunk beds. You should bring your own bedding, including towels, blankets, pillows, and sheets, as well as cooking equipment and personal goods. It is possible to rent linens. All three of the aforementioned Cindy Bear Cozy units are ramp-accessible. Here are some suggestions for fun things to do while on vacation.
Let’s go have some outside fun. This fun water playground offers kid-sized slides, a fort, a water cannon, spray features, and more, and it’s conveniently located next to the activity pool.
The campground features two swimming pools, one of which is heated, and two hot tubs, one for children aged 12 and under and the other for adults. One of the pools features a water volleyball court and a basketball hoop.
Play a round of golf at our challenging 18-hole course. Mini golf is a wonderful activity for the whole family, with its winding paths, hidden caverns, and cascading waterfalls.
Trampolines and bounce houses are like heaven for children. The jumping pillows are a gigantic inflatable that is around 30 by 60 feet, making them even bigger and better than before.
Laser Tag combines the classic games of tag and hide-and-seek with cutting-edge technology. Each game lasts for 45 minutes. Wearing shoes with closed toes is advised.
You may go mining at Jellystone Park’s own own Old Faceful mine and panning sluice. You can go on a treasure hunt for pebbles, shells, and precious stones at the mine. The Ranger Station sells mining sand, which families can use at the panning sluice.
Played in an octagonal pit with a soft foam or rubber ball, Gaga Ball is a kinder, gentler form of dodgeball that entails dodging, sprinting, striking, and jumping in an effort to strike opponents with a ball below the knees.
Get your disc golf disc and scorecard ready and get out on the course. This is a fun way to see the outdoors while getting to know the Camp Resort.
Compete in a friendly game of horseshoes with your loved ones. The lower floor of the Pavilion is where you may sign out sports equipment.
Join a scavenger hunt throughout Jellystone Park. Find the hidden message by using a map you can get from the Ranger Station as a guide. We have a special reward for everyone who brings in the coded message. Furthermore, the master scavenger hunt provides an advanced level of difficulty for youth 12 and up.
Come on over to the pavilion for some fun activities including coloring, bear-making, ceramics, glitter tattoos, sand painting, tie-dying, and more!
Available for rent at Campspot.