Throughout the United States and Canada, around 80 camps welcome travelers and seasonal travelers, adventure and camping lovers. The first park was founded in 1969 by Doug Haag and Robert Borkovetz, in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. The idea to create a camp came up when Mr. Haag took a trip on the local road, while passing cars and campers on the road, he had the idea to give families a destination where they could camp and vacation during the summer. Haag and his business partner purchased 30 acres of land in Wisconsin, which would be the site of the first Jellystone Park Camp-Resort. The inspiration for the name “Jellystone Park” came when Haag heard his children watching cartoons of Yogi Bear.
In the month of April 1969 the construction of the park finally began and three months later the first park opened its doors to the public, the Yogi Bear was a well-known cartoon created by Hanna-Barbera, that is why the owners of Jellystone Park decided make a commercial alliance to associate its parks with such a characteristic character. Two more parks opened between 1969 and 1970, one in the city of Orlando and the other in the city of California. Others followed quickly, in Orlando, Wisconsin Dells, Apple Valley (near Los Angeles), Apopka, Florida, and Glenbeula, Wisconsin. Demand continued to rise and even Hollywood wanted to get involved.
Camps must meet certain standards before becoming a Jellystone Park. Each camp is required to have a minimum of 70 campgrounds and cabins, first-class restrooms, a laundry room, and a retail store of 1,000 square feet (93 m2) or more. They are required to have specific amenities including a pool, game room, playground, movie theater, and 20 ‘x 40’ covered pavilion. Most resorts also offer bars, mini golf courses, and water parks. All theme parks feature Yogi Bear elements and must promote the theme throughout the park.
The Jet Set en Español team had the opportunity to visit Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park located in the city of Burleson, North Texas, which is located 15 minutes south of downtown Fort Worth, TX and 40 minutes southwest. from Dallas. Cabin styles include Premium cabins (some with Jacuzzi tub and fireplace). Also 1 and 2 bedroom family cabins accommodating larger families. Family cabins have a kitchen with a large refrigerator and a stove or stove. There are over 150 RV sites with full hookups and a large concrete deck. Primitive campsites are also available.
There are many activities that can be done in this park, the facilities are fully equipped to make your day a complete adventure where both adults and children manage to enjoy regardless of the time of day. The park has a schedule of daily activities which you can review from your mobile phone or on the website. Regardless of your type of accommodation, mobile home, cabin, or tent can hike on nature trails, a total of three trails are available with wooded, shady, and sunny areas for campers to experience, trails are easy to find in addition to You can find it on the park map.
In addition to outdoor walks, the park has the following activities:
-Contact farm. -Lake to fish. -Laser Tag (laser tags). -Thematic activities. -Labyrinths And escape room. -Paintball
-Activities with the Yogi Bear and his friends. -Aquatic amusement park. -Sports activities such as Basketball and Volleyball.
The park has a wide variety of options to stay, all rooms have heating and air conditioning, some rooms are made up of 1 or two bedrooms that offer from king to queen beds, the cabins mostly have a kitchen, microwave, Cable television and a second floor with beds to accommodate more people without reducing space. The bathrooms are fully equipped and some rooms have a Jacuzzi. The Jet Set team in Spanish recommends the following types of rooms:
-Suite on the Pirate Ship. -Two-room suite (Vacation Cabin). – Family Cottage with 1 or 2 bedrooms.
-Premium cabins with 1 King or 2 Queen beds. – Zones for mobile homes. – Traditional camping area.
In addition to comfortable and well-equipped rooms, the park has swimming pools, a meeting and events room, a restaurant, an ice cream parlor and a gift shop. Parking is ample and well distributed, regardless of the type of room you select you will always be able to quickly access your vehicle and if this is not possible the park also has golf carts that can be rented and used as a means of transport within the park .
Without a doubt, the parks of the Yogi Bear Jellystone Park, are outlined as an ideal and suitable place not only for campers, all prices and details can be found on their website, https://www.northtexasjellystone.com/ , also not forget to join the Yogi Rewards Club . Remember that The Jet Set Pro offers you air tickets so that you can quickly, safely and easily book your flight and visit any of the 80 parks. Do not forget to follow us on our Instagram and Facebook accounts , my personal account on Instagram and now also on our new channel on ROKU TV.
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