Take a look inside the Cozy Cabin, located at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp-Resort in Quarryville, Pennsylvania. The pet-friendly Cozy Cabins include a private full bathroom with a sink, toilet, and shower. Other amenities at the cabin include a ceiling fan, air conditioning/heat, and a DVD player. The cabins have a kitchenette (no sink), a mini-fridge, coffee maker, microwave, toaster, plus a table and chairs. Outside, guests will enjoy their private picnic table, fire ring, and charcoal grill.
The cabin sleeps up to 5, with 1 full bed with a single bunk above or a trundle below and 1 set of twin bunk beds. You'll want to bring towels, blankets, pillows, linens, grilling utensils, and personal items. Linen rental is available. Cindy Bear Cozy 6, 7, and 8 have wheelchair-accessible ramps. The following are just some of the activities to enjoy during your vacation stay.
Yogi Bear's Water Zone. Get ready for some fun in the sun. Located right by the activity pool, this exciting water playground has kiddie slides, a fort, water cannon, spray features, and more.
Swimming Pools and Hot Tubs. The campground has two swimming pools (one is heated) ranging in depth, as well as two hot tubs, one for kids 12 and under and one for adults. There is water volleyball and basketball built right into one of the pools.
Adventure Mini Golf. Compete for your way through our fun-filled, 18-hole course. The mini golf experience makes for fun the whole family will love, with twists, turns, caves, and waterfalls.
Jumping Pillows. Kids love nothing better than jumping on trampolines and bounce houses. The jumping pillows are even bigger and better, it’s a giant inflatable that measures about 30 feet by 60 feet.
Laser Tag. Laser Tag is a high-tech combination of tag and hide-and-seek. Games are 45 minutes in length. Closed-toe shoes are recommended.
Gem Mining. Old Faceful is Jellystone Park’s very own mine and panning sluice. At the mine, you can search for rocks, shells, and gemstones. Families can also purchase mining sand at the Ranger Station and take it to the panning sluice.
Gaga Ball Pit. A kinder, gentler version of dodgeball, Gaga Ball is played in an octagon-shaped pit with a soft foam or rubber ball and combines the skills of dodging, running, striking, and jumping, all while trying to hit opponents with a ball below the knees.
Disc Golf. Grab a frisbee and scorecard and head out to the disc golf course. This is a great way to explore the Camp Resort while enjoying the great outdoors.
Horseshoe Pits. Get competitive with family and friends at the horseshoe pits. Sports equipment is available for sign-out at the lower level of the Pavilion.
Scavenger Hunt. Go on a scavenger hunt around Jellystone Park. Pick up a map at the Ranger Station, look for the clues, and find the secret message. Everyone who brings in the secret message will get a surprise gift! Plus, older kids can check out the master scavenger hunt for an extra challenge.
Arts and Crafts. Join along for a color time, making a bear with a bear, ceramics, glitter tattoos, sand art, tie-dye, and more at the pavilion.
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