Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort: Cranberry Acres

(1 Reviews)

20 Shoestring Rd., Carver, MA 02330

508-866-4040

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GPS: 41.8564, -70.7305

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort: Cranberry Acres is located at 20 Shoestring Rd., Carver, Massachusetts 02330 with a total of 200 campsites. Before your trip to Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort: Cranberry Acres, check out website at https://cranberryacresjellystonepark.com/ or contact them through 508-866-4040 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

41.8564, -70.7305

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 41.8564, -70.7305

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


Last Price Paid: $40

Reported by Chris Johnson on 09.25.2020

Longest RV Reported: 38 feet (Fifth Wheel)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

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

Cranberry Acres

Weekly Rate:

Yes

Monthly Rate:

Yes

Number of Sites:

200

Pad Type:

mixed

Open Seasonally:

April 15 - Oct. 30

Elevation:

65 ft / 19 m

Tent Camping:

Yes

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

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  • Area Guides Avatar Chris Johnson
    Simple, quiet, and expensive

    Reviewed 25/9/2020

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 120

    Site number: 315

    The only negative about this campground (specifically, the 300s sites) is they are very expensive, evenly monthly ($1200-1400). All the 300s sites are long, graveled, and level, but without shade, concrete, and ability to hookup to local internet services, such as Comcast, I feel like $1200 is just crazy expensive for an RV spot in a small town of MA that's an hour away from Boston. But, we needed a long-term place to stay.The campground is about 15 minutes from Plymouth (landing of the pilgrims), which isn't a bad little sea town, but it's not something you'll be visiting over and over if you stay long term, so I'm not considering it something that should be factored into the total cost of a site.If you have a family, and COVID isn't a thing, there are two large playgrounds (like, really large), volleyball court (a bit run down, but you could still play no problem), solid beach with a large pond (it's is definitely clean, but there are a lot of lily pads, get over it), two pools, and a very large clubhouse and arcade center. Also, if you have pets, you have PLENTY of places to walk or go for bike rides if you take the trails out from the rear of the campground or visit the bogs off the "road" you pass once you turn into the campground.One thing I would like to say is the campground hosts are awesome. They've been coming back for years and they really made our experience a good one, and I developed a relationship with the husband of the couple (the Troutman's). He helped me make a platform for the backseat of my truck and was the one constant source of conversation when COVID was full force (I work from home).A lot of the Google reviews mention the owner(s) were very rude, but from my multiple experiences with them, I'm going to assume most of those people leaving those reviews probably deserved anything they got.

Cell Phone Coverage

Verizon 4G

Confirmed by 1 Users Last Reported 09/25/2020

At&t 4G

Confirmed by 1 Users Last Reported 09/25/2020

Campsite Types

RV,

Trailer