Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort: Larkspur

(15 Reviews)

650 Sky View Lane, Larkspur, CO 80118

720-325-2393

888-726-7807

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GPS: 39.2675, -104.8976

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort: Larkspur is located at 650 Sky View Lane, Larkspur, Colorado 80118 with a total of 121 campsites. Before your trip to Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort: Larkspur, check out website at http://jellystonelarkspur.com/ or contact them through 720-325-2393 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

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39.2675, -104.8976

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 39.2675, -104.8976

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Overview of Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort: Larkspur


Last Price Paid: $75

Reported by AIRBORNE on 05.24.2022

Longest RV Reported: 42 feet (Class A)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Overview of Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp-Resort:

Larkspur

Number of Sites:

121

Pad Type:

gravel

Open Seasonally:

May to November

Elevation:

6,528 ft / 1,989 m

Max Length:

50 ft

Tent Camping:

Yes

Reviews of Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort: Larkspur

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  • Area Guides Avatar AIRBORNE
    Disappointed

    Reviewed 24/5/2022

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    Nightly rate: $75

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 11

    After driving through snow and ice, we needed to pull over and saw this huge RV park. We pulled in and you have to go through a secured gate and check in, the price was high but we needed to pull over and tired. We got our site and drove around a couple of times trying to find it, the site was all mud, the cement pad was dirty from pre...moreAfter driving through snow and ice, we needed to pull over and saw this huge RV park. We pulled in and you have to go through a secured gate and check in, the price was high but we needed to pull over and tired. We got our site and drove around a couple of times trying to find it, the site was all mud, the cement pad was dirty from previous camper and it felt like it was going to fall in a collapse after all the rain and snow. We didn't get any code to laundry or WiFi, drove up to office and there was about 5 employees talking and joking. I stood there and nobody asked if I needed anything so I asked and it felt like I interrupted a conversation. I went back and, we'll never come back here again. So disappointed.

  • Area Guides Avatar mikmeh
    Train and road noise but what a blast for the kids

    Reviewed 24/6/2021

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    Nightly rate: $201

    Days stayed: 8

    Site number: 104

    I paid $113/night for a pull through during the week and $201 for Sat night. The train and highway noise is pretty bad. Ear plugs at night recommended. But who cares, you can deal with the noise for the great water park and activities for kids. Water park with a wading pool for really little ones, several water slides, another pool...moreI paid $113/night for a pull through during the week and $201 for Sat night. The train and highway noise is pretty bad. Ear plugs at night recommended. But who cares, you can deal with the noise for the great water park and activities for kids. Water park with a wading pool for really little ones, several water slides, another pool, mini golf, mini bowling, arcade, kids activities, playground. The sites are wide and not on top of each other but since everything is new there are no trees and no privacy between sites. We were able to get 3 cars parked next to our trailer, 2 trucks in front and a car behind when we had family visiting. Everything was really clean. They were picking up trash but not on any sort of schedule and I didn't want our bags sitting there all day so we just brought them to the dumpster on site. It's easy to get around and not too large that you can't walk to everything, but they do rent golf carts. Also, since it is new all the hookups are new too and work great. No rusty old fresh water faucets with no pressure. Layout is done well and the pull throughs are angled and super easy to pull into. Our site was pretty level, didn't take much to get it level side to side or front to back. I managed to get a couple Mbs off Verizon which I relied on because the wifi here is horrible. Weak signal along with typical congestion at night. I even "upgraded" for $15/week of 10/2Mbs and never got it. We'd stay here again for sure despite the noise. Closer to an access point I got 22Mbs from their wifi.

  • Area Guides Avatar Romabout
    Convenient for our needs but needs improvements

    Reviewed 11/6/2021

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    Nightly rate: $72

    Days stayed: 21

    We stayed her for 3 weeks starting May 6 2021 while getting medical and other things done in the south Denver metro region. The last time we stayed in the Denver area we stayed in Golden, and this park is much more convenient for us. We’d stay here again only for that convenience. We had to move sites as we could only stay 2 weeks max ...moreWe stayed her for 3 weeks starting May 6 2021 while getting medical and other things done in the south Denver metro region. The last time we stayed in the Denver area we stayed in Golden, and this park is much more convenient for us. We’d stay here again only for that convenience. We had to move sites as we could only stay 2 weeks max per site. The second back in site we had completely flooded right at our door when a big rain storm came in. They had 1 set of washers and dryers so we used a laundromat in Castle Rock. The brochure we got at check in said to leave trash out at the site, and when we did, it was not picked up. I asked the office and was told they weren’t picking up trash due to lack of staff. If they had told us that at check in, it would have been better. Since they didn’t tell anyone how to deal with trash, there were bags out at sites for days, which blew around in the wind and blew trash around the grounds. AT&T and Verizon cell service was horrible at the entire park. WiFi not secure so worthless to us. Checking in at the kiosks was ok for us as they were open, but many times they were not and no sign told arrivals where to go, so they backed up at the gates. This park wants to be a premium park but it’s still under construction and they need to up communication to make it easy for customers.

  • Area Guides Avatar swarf511
    Great trip!

    Reviewed 4/4/2021

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    Nightly rate: $70

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 233

    Only reason for not 5 stars is due to visiting off season and not being able to utilize all the amenities. Super easy access from highway, however, be careful of construction on highway and in park. Pads were gravel but were level, easy maneuverability in and out of sites (37’ travel trailer). WiFi and cell signal were atrocious, but i...moreOnly reason for not 5 stars is due to visiting off season and not being able to utilize all the amenities. Super easy access from highway, however, be careful of construction on highway and in park. Pads were gravel but were level, easy maneuverability in and out of sites (37’ travel trailer). WiFi and cell signal were atrocious, but if visiting during season when all amenities are open, I’d imagine you’d hardly be on the web. Train runs pretty frequently right next to the park, but our family of 5 were able to sleep through.

  • Area Guides Avatar #wanderwonderrepeat
    Great place lots of activities for families

    Reviewed 1/4/2021

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    Days stayed: 8

    Site number: 34

    This campground is very big all spots are very wide they have pull through and back in spots they are gravel and level with 50 and 30 amp with full hook ups while we were there it snowed every day they were very vigilant about plowing through the night to keep up with it ATT has 5G with speeds around 90 up 40 down there is some road n...moreThis campground is very big all spots are very wide they have pull through and back in spots they are gravel and level with 50 and 30 amp with full hook ups while we were there it snowed every day they were very vigilant about plowing through the night to keep up with it ATT has 5G with speeds around 90 up 40 down there is some road noise depending on what site you have because the campground is located right along I25

  • Area Guides Avatar Lauren
    Not for winter camping

    Reviewed 17/1/2021

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    Nightly rate: $71

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 95

    Do not winter camp here. Park was just updated (and still under construction) and opened Jan 8, 2021 for “winter Rv campers”. Yeah no they weren’t ready. We arrived at 4:30 pm and all of the spigots were already frozen. We are accustomed to this so we knew what to do. Wrapped it with heat cord and insulated it with some extra black foa...moreDo not winter camp here. Park was just updated (and still under construction) and opened Jan 8, 2021 for “winter Rv campers”. Yeah no they weren’t ready. We arrived at 4:30 pm and all of the spigots were already frozen. We are accustomed to this so we knew what to do. Wrapped it with heat cord and insulated it with some extra black foam we had, then waited an hour or two. The water never unfroze. The weather was only in the 20’s at night... that’s not that cold for winter. We also have a heated hose. Woke up this morning almost out of water to flush the toilet with so went to the bathrooms to try and use theirs and see if they have a shower. ALL of their bathrooms open overnight are “CLOSED”. There’s like 6 stalls right next to our site and we can’t use them. So they don’t offer 24 access to bathrooms and their water doesnt work at our site...tell me how this is a winter ready camp?!Pros: wide drives to pull in. Propane fireplaces at each spot. Gravel so not too dusty. HUGE dog park. Lots of amenities. Cons: read above and no amenities are open. Basically dry camping with electricity. Wahoo. Also....right next to interstate and TRAIN.

  • Area Guides Avatar csampso
    Huge, fun, new

    Reviewed 27/9/2020

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    Nightly rate: $65

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 62

    Big rv sites, lots of things to do. All brand new! Mini golf, bowling, water park, kids activities, movies. Most of staff was awesome...dawn from restaurant was great, maintenance guy with goatee was on it.

  • Area Guides Avatar sushdawg
    Very kid-oriented park - locals mostly, good for families

    Reviewed 23/9/2020

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    Nightly rate: $55

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 79

    We stayed at Jellystone for a week when our generator was having issues - had intended to boondock but needed hookups. It's a very family-friendly campground. It was full to the brim Friday-Sunday afternoon, and absolutely barren the rest of the week - to the point that nobody is staffed at the front. It felt very ghost-town like durin...moreWe stayed at Jellystone for a week when our generator was having issues - had intended to boondock but needed hookups. It's a very family-friendly campground. It was full to the brim Friday-Sunday afternoon, and absolutely barren the rest of the week - to the point that nobody is staffed at the front. It felt very ghost-town like during the week, but no complaints for what it was. Mini golf was fun - didn't use the pool because there were a decent number of people there and didn't feel comfortable with social distancing. There are deer mingling outside every afternoon. Spaces are totally fine - more spacious than many RV parks we've stayed at. Bring your own 5 propane if you want to use their propane firepits which are at each space. It's not really convenient to anything though. It's 30+ miles to Colorado Springs, about 35 minutes to Garden of the Gods, no restaurants near by (although apparently they have some here that open weekends as I understand it.) The sites are fairly level. There are two dog parks. It's not bad - it's just not...great. I think we're spoiled since we enjoy staying in the middle of nowhere, but this was "fine."Noise - trains go DIRECTLY past the park a couple times a day and once a night. Freeway noise is still loud since the trees they've planted haven't been established yet. It's very new and under construction still. Our neighbors left on a Sunday morning and by Wednesday afternoon nobody had come around to pick up all the trash they left, so I eventually just did it myself because I didn't want it getting blown away. It is really really a stark and peculiar change between Saturday night and Monday morning. It feels...weird. Don't stay here if you don't like kids. It's closed half the year - Oct through May.

  • Area Guides Avatar Kay-Dee
    Great Campground for kids!

    Reviewed 7/9/2020

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    Stayed here over Labor Day weekend. Campground sits on side of a hill so sites tiered from top to bottom and very cramped. Full hookups including cable TV. Campground overlooks Highway (no noise) and two sets of train tracks (minimal noise). Kids paradise with two pools, water park structure, mini-golf, playground,Lookout tower and m...moreStayed here over Labor Day weekend. Campground sits on side of a hill so sites tiered from top to bottom and very cramped. Full hookups including cable TV. Campground overlooks Highway (no noise) and two sets of train tracks (minimal noise). Kids paradise with two pools, water park structure, mini-golf, playground,Lookout tower and multiple crafts and events scheduled every day. Live music every night. On property restaurant. Golf carts for rent to use throughout the park. Yogi Bear as the mascot makes sense because the bears come out at night. One ransacked the site across the road from us and the next night the park ranger warned us that five bears were onsite and they were busy shooing them away.

  • Area Guides Avatar Tim S
    Kids loved it

    Reviewed 25/8/2020

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    Nightly rate: $88

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 237

    This was a great place to stay. They had so much to do for the kids. You will have to Google it to see otherwise my review would be multiple pages. The sites were great, we had a back in full hookup, the site had 20/30/50 amp service. The water pressure was over 65psi. The site was mostly level, had a table and a gas fire pit. Bring y...moreThis was a great place to stay. They had so much to do for the kids. You will have to Google it to see otherwise my review would be multiple pages. The sites were great, we had a back in full hookup, the site had 20/30/50 amp service. The water pressure was over 65psi. The site was mostly level, had a table and a gas fire pit. Bring your own tank to use the pit. You can rent cabanas and golf carts, not really needed but was nice. the park might be close to the highway, but we heard very little road noise. There are some trains that go by a few times a day, the roar from those engines didn't bother us though. They do have wifi, and if you want to pay you can get faster wifi for streaming. It's just like most hotels logging into it. We are definitely going to be going there again. Yeah it's expensive but it was good for the kids

  • Area Guides Avatar AKramer13
    Loved this place but needs some improvement

    Reviewed 19/7/2020

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    Nightly rate: $88

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 348

    We stayed for 3 nights. Newly renovated resort. Sites are full hookups, gravel site with a concrete pad, picnic table, and gas fire pit. You will need your own propane tank to light the fire or rent one for a fee. Jellystone is right along I-25 and there is a train that runs right along the park. It can be a little loud at times but wa...moreWe stayed for 3 nights. Newly renovated resort. Sites are full hookups, gravel site with a concrete pad, picnic table, and gas fire pit. You will need your own propane tank to light the fire or rent one for a fee. Jellystone is right along I-25 and there is a train that runs right along the park. It can be a little loud at times but was bearable. There are 2 pools (main pool and one at the splash pad), splash pad/water park, 18 hole mini golf, fitness center, recreation center, 2 Large dog parks, play ground, restaurant and more. I docked a star because the park lost power for 5 hours in the middle of the day on a Saturday causing many of the amenities to close and it was 90° outside. During the week it was quiet and pools and amenities were enjoyable but during the weekend it was a bit of a mad house. There is still construction going on during the week, they are getting ready to add another 100+ sites and cabins. Hopefully they will add more amenities like another pool and hot tub to accommodate and handle the growth. We wish they had a hot tub that was designated for adults only. Kids would over run the only hot tub at all times of the day. Overall we had a great time and our kids had so much fun. We would stay again.

  • Area Guides Avatar JGil
    Great fun for the family!

    Reviewed 7/7/2020

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    Nightly rate: $88

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 238

    The entire resort has been renovated and it is incredible! We have kids ranging in age from 2-13 and they all loved it. 2 pools, water park, hot tub, miniature golf, jump pad, etc. The staff is definitely still trying to work out details and there was a bit of confusion still, but I’m sure they will get that figured out soon. We will d...moreThe entire resort has been renovated and it is incredible! We have kids ranging in age from 2-13 and they all loved it. 2 pools, water park, hot tub, miniature golf, jump pad, etc. The staff is definitely still trying to work out details and there was a bit of confusion still, but I’m sure they will get that figured out soon. We will definitely be back.

  • Area Guides Avatar Friendly Rock
    Inarguably, a Kid's Paradise

    Reviewed 28/9/2017

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    Nightly rate: $55

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 65

    You have to understand what you're getting into with Jellystone. It's basically a cruise ship for kids, with s'mores. We've stayed there twice: once in a "Boo-Boo Lodge" cabin and once in an RV. The kiddos (ages 9 and 5) think it's absolute paradise. My husband could barely be coaxed out of the RV. For myself, the Mom, there's mag...moreYou have to understand what you're getting into with Jellystone. It's basically a cruise ship for kids, with s'mores. We've stayed there twice: once in a "Boo-Boo Lodge" cabin and once in an RV. The kiddos (ages 9 and 5) think it's absolute paradise. My husband could barely be coaxed out of the RV. For myself, the Mom, there's magic all over the place if I squint just a little.Narrow sites, yes. Expensive (compared to the nearby national forests), yes. Traffic noise, yes. Communal fire rings, yes. Washed-out roads, yes.But . . . it also feels safe as houses, with every amenity a grade-schooler could want: pool (in season), jumpy-castle, playground, outdoor jumping pillow, hiking trails, fishing pond, convenience store replete with candy and Yogi Bear souvenirs. Plus, on weekends, there is every activity a grade-schooler could want: a barn with animals to pet, hayrides, crafts, contests . . . all included or for a nominal ($1 to $5) fee. Plus, a giant Yogi and Boo-Boo wander around the grounds.I realize this is not "camping," exactly. But it's sure an easy weekend: the "rangers" check you in, guide you up to your site, flag you in, and show you the hookups. Trash is picked up from your site. Bathrooms are clean (enough). Fellow campers are delightful. Dump station (free) and dumpsters are on-site and easy to access.Sun RV Resorts bought Jellystone in Summer 2017. There are rumors of paving the campground, which would help with the deep washouts that hinder access to some sites. But I hope they don't change the cool vintage vibe that had this Mama hugging a giant stuffed Yogi Bear and the children begging to return just as soon as possible.

  • Area Guides Avatar walkerwalkabout
    lots of pros and cons at a premium price

    Reviewed 11/7/2016

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    Days stayed: 23

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    pros - super friendly staff, tons of stuff for kids and very good bbq take-out. Lots of privacy on the FH 50 amp sites, decent size dog park and trails for walking them. cons - expensive! (reserved a deluxe site for $47+tax/nt, which got me 30 amp electric only and then $66+ tax/nt for FH 50 amp super site and then $56+tax/nt for ...morepros - super friendly staff, tons of stuff for kids and very good bbq take-out. Lots of privacy on the FH 50 amp sites, decent size dog park and trails for walking them. cons - expensive! (reserved a deluxe site for $47+tax/nt, which got me 30 amp electric only and then $66+ tax/nt for FH 50 amp super site and then $56+tax/nt for FH 50 amp site). Dirt roads kick up dust when kids drive by on golf carts, trains go by day and night next to the resort, challenge leveling rig. The FH 50 Deluxe sites are private but narrow. Too narrow for me to pull out my bikes from the rear of the RV, so certainly too narrow to extend the awning.I would stay here again only when I need/want to stay north of the Springs, because the pros and cons still out perform the 1 other competitor.

  • Area Guides Avatar Ardent Camper
    For families, convenient to Denver and Colorado Springs

    Reviewed 1/3/2016

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    Nightly rate: $52

    Days stayed: 4

    This is not our kind of park, but even so, our stay was just fine--and if you have kids, they'd probably love it.When we arrived, we were given several campsite options and offered a ride in a golf cart to check them out before deciding. We went for the cheapest one, at the still-outrageous price of $52.50/night. Still, we had an a...moreThis is not our kind of park, but even so, our stay was just fine--and if you have kids, they'd probably love it.When we arrived, we were given several campsite options and offered a ride in a golf cart to check them out before deciding. We went for the cheapest one, at the still-outrageous price of $52.50/night. Still, we had an aspen rattling pleasantly outside our window, a pic-a-nic table outside our door, and an easy-to-navigate and nicely level back-in site with full hookups.There isn't much in the way of amenities in Larkspur, so for all your shopping and RV repair needs, you'll be hitting the highway to visit Denver or Colorado Springs. The park has lots of activities for families and kids, as well as a restaurant that serves barbecue daily.Watch out when you enter the park, as you'll cross over a railroad track without a warning arm.

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