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Yogi Bear's Jellystone -Hagerstown
16519 Lappans Road
Williamsport, MD 21795
800-421-7116 • 301-223-7117
www.jellystonemaryland.com/index.html

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Tout à fait d’accord avec toi! C’est d’ailleurs ma configuration, 400/2,8 plus converter (le test du 400/2,8 sera publié début décembre)Mais disons que le budget n’est pas le même non plus, le poic8&#s230;etc.Idi avec le doubleur on a un excellent 600/5,6

Review by: Bunny
Reviewed on: May 01,2016

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If you have kids and like lots of activities this is the campground for you. Every week has a theme and a variety of activities are always going on. Your kids shouldn't get away without meeting some costumed character during your stay. The campsite has a variety of different kinds of sites and a great map on their website so you can think ahead. My only complaint, aside from this being one of the most expensive campgrounds we've stayed at is that we always had a longer walk to the bathhouse than any other place we stayed. The cabins are clustered around the main bathhouse. The cabins are nice - the cottages even have a bathroom! The first time we stayed there I was 7 months pregnant and boy did I appreciate theat Cozy Cottage! There is a laundry room, gameroom, volleyball court, 18 hole mini golf course, basketball court, horseshoe pits and heated swimming pool, two nice playgrounds. You can also rent "push peddle karts" and bikes. If you pay in advance they meet you at the gate and escort you to your site as well as give you a coupon book. A few pointers: If you have toddlers stay away from the area around the office and Jellystone Parkway. The bikes are flying through there all day and there is a lot of vehicular traffic there too. I about had heart failure several times as my friends toddler kept trying to cross over to see us. Second, if you have a big camper be sure to specify that when you make reservations. I can't see a Bayside on some of the WE sites, especially along Deer Trail. Since it was our first trip I asked for a pullthrough and they put us out with the big rigs - no shade and too far from the bathrooms! I would not recommend this campground if you are looking for tranquility, but if you pick your themes right your kids will not be bored.

Review by: LoveOurBayside
Reviewed on: July 14,2003

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