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Dells Jellystone

S1915 Ishnala Road
Lake Delton, WI 53940
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3 Reviews
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This was my wife and myself's first time at Jellystone. With being my wife's first time ever camping. Our experience was terrible, the area that we were in had terrible noise from the highway and other campers around us, between their car alarms and music, lack of respect for quite hours which was not enforced. The bathrooms and showers were too small and dirty, the staff tried to keep clean, but the showers had mold. In our site there basically was no flat spot to set up our tent so we were sleeping down hill. I know it was the Dells but still $75 a night is still a bit much to put up with all this. All in all I would never go back again, there are much better place around the area.

Received from Dave M for visit in Aug 2007

Site Number: Loop 25
Stay Again? NO
This was my family's first experience at this campground. It was expensive - about $75 a night for a campsite with water and electric. Our campsite was very sloped, which made it difficult to find a good spot for our tent. The sites were also very close together, so we got very little privacy, and were able to hear and see everything that happened in the sites around us. We were placed in the "Jellystone Loop", a stone's throw from the interstate. All day and night we got to hear very loud highway noise which was bad, but also good as it drowned out the loud music and car alarms of those people camping around us. The bathrooms and showers were not bad - I saw staff in there cleaning several times during the day. The best thing about this campground was the activities for children - it was very much a family oriented place. Pools, waterslides, shuffleboard, horse shoes, a playground, Yogi Bear cartoons and other activities were available during the 2 days and nights we were there. Our 2 year old son enjoyed himself very much, and if we go back to this place it would be for these things - not for the "camping". We would also request a spot on the other end of the campground, away from the interstate.

Received from Mike G for visit in Aug 2007

Site Number: Loop 27
Stay Again? NO
I have been going to Jellystone since I was a baby. I have some really great memories of this place. I remember Ol' Facefull being HUGE to me. It is a lot of fun to bring my kids to the park and let them share the same experiences I had growing up. The prices are a bit high but you must take into account that this is the Wisconsin Dells, and nothing is going to be cheap. I went to Jellystone on a budget and still had a great time. There is something about the park that just keeps me smiling the whole time that I am there. It does seem like the campsites get more cramped every year and there is a terrible slope to some of the spots which makes pitching a tent almost impossible so bring a camper. If you are planning on camping in a tent it is important to pick out your site before making a reservation. If you are looking for a place to "camp out" and "rough it" this themed resort is probably not for you. It is definatly geared towards people with RVs and Campers but if you find the right spot a tent can work. It may sound sad but Jellystone Park is my favorite place to be in the world. All winter is spent in anticipation for our summer trip to Yogi. From the minute I get there I get that magical feeling that I'm a kid again and I wouldn't miss it for the world.

Received from Alan L for visit in Sep 2005

Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES

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