Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park at Hagerstown

16519 Lappans Rd, Williamsport, Maryland
Yogi Bear's Jellystone Campground
7 reviews


Daily: $45 Reported 1 month ago
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  • Water
  • Electric
  • 50 Amp
  • Sewer
  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Cable TV
  • Pool
  • Pets Allowed
  • Tents Allowed
  • Pull-Thru Sites
  • Shade Trees
  • Big Rig Access


Stayed: 11/15/17 to 11/18/17

“Cute campground, RV sites could be better”

I love the campground, but I dislike my RV site. As someone else mentioned, the RV gravel sites in the 700 loop are extremely unlevel (not "kinda-sorta" unlevel, I mean badly unlevel). Right now I am five levelers deep under both of my front tires and my fridge still is not level. I am just going to turn the fridge off and use my cooler for the night. Electric is good. Wifi works great on both my cell phone and my laptop and I am able to stream Netflix! (off-season = better wifi) - The RV area is pretty open to the elements. Very little shade. The trees are only about six feet high, planted in the last few years. The RV park is next to a farm. You can hear the animals and smell the manure when the wind turns. Showers are modern, heated, clean, hot water lasts forever! Dog park is large and maintained. Almost everything is closed down for the season. The pools, the store, amphitheater. Feels like a ghost-town. I doubt that it feels like that in-season. Haha. If you are not good at walking, or you just prefer being lazy during your camping weekend, be aware that you will probably need to rent a golf cart. This park is fairly large. From the 700 loop to the main desk is almost a 1/2 mile (I used my fit-bit to track it). We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Hagerstown in a Motorhome.


The overall park is nice. They charge for everything (I am shocked the toilets don't have pay stalls) you can only have a golf cart if you rent theirs.and you have to wear an armband for no reason
Stayed: 09/18/17 to 09/19/17

“Nice place”

We stayed one night on our way back home. It was after the summer season and we had the place to ourselves during the week. Sites are $$ for those without a membership and no discounts. It was $65 per night for a large pull thru for our MH and tow-vehicle. Park is large and very clean, staff is very friendly. Sites are not huge but OK. Lots for kids to do when in full swing.
Last Yogi Bear we stayed at in FL last year at least gave a discount for after season.
Wifi, cable and electric are satisfactory, but don't know how the wifi would be with a full campground. 
Stayed: 07/02/16 to 07/09/16

“Loaded with Fun”

This park is clean, well maintained but pricey.  Our week stay amounted to over $900.  And they charge for visitors separately.  My grandkids loved the waterpark but the pool was closed at least 2 days during our stay because some less than intelligent parents don't know it is necessary to put a swim diaper on their pooping toddler.  Remember the scene from Caddyshack?  Well that was played out during our week and the pool is then closed for at least 8 hours.  It was terrible during the 90 degree weather.

We will stay here again but will search for less expensive alternative.


A low rent apartment parking lot with trees. Mostly cabins for rent with some RV sites. Very much low class people on the park driving their mini bikes and rented golf carts with wild abandon. Kids everywhere screaming. I was surprised the kids were not smoking cigarettes drinking beer and have tattoos. All the adults did. The entire RV area is gravel. Good water pressure. Excellent cable TV. Old electric boxes with no circuit breakers. Sewer at every site. Old wash rooms with just three showers. Appeared they were building new shower house. Pool looked nice but with all those kids I bet there is plenty of pee in the pool!
Stayed: 04/30/15 to 05/03/15

“Nice BUT Pricey”

I gave this campground a 3 because it's pricey. I am trying to camp on a budget and Jellystone Campgrounds don't fit into my budget. Standard sites are $108/night on the weekends. We stayed in the pre-season and there was still lots of do besides swimming. Great for the 2 and 5 yo kids. They loved the putt putt, jumping pillow, playgrounds, and pedal cars. For an additional fee, you can enjoy laser tag, zip line (which is really dinky), arcade. By the summer of 2015, there will be a new splash down swim area and two huge water slides. There's also a smaller pool with kiddie pool on the other side of the park. The bathrooms are conveniently located and clean and there's a camp store and canteen (cafe). I'd recommend this campground but it would be a treat for my family to return because of the price. 
Stayed: 04/30/15 to 05/01/15

“Great place to stay.....”

EZ-on/EZ-off from I-81...and not far from I-70. From I-81, take Exit 1, turn left on Lappans Road and go about 1.5 miles. Stayed there as a stop over on a trip south.  Friendly staff and reasonable rates.. Lots of things for kids. Clean and comfortable place to stay.

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