per night
Estimated price based on 1 car and 2 persons with a tent, camper or caravan.

Campsite opened from 01 January till 31 December
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Rental cabins
Campfire allowed
3 / 5 (5 votes )

Jellystone Park™ Camp-Resort at Tower Park

14900 West Highway 12
95242, Lodi
California, the United States

Jellystone Park™ Camp-Resort at Tower Park Yogi Bear™ and friends look forward to welcoming you to Jellystone Park™ Camp-Resort at Tower Park this year! Located on the central California coast along the meandering byways of the California Delta, Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park™ at Tower Park offers a breathtaking camping experience that the whole family will enjoy. Come experience everything our park has to offer and start making camping memories that will last a lifetime.  Our park offers the best of camping and boating - located right next to Tower Park Marina. The remarkable marina at Tower Park contains 493 slips —a boat launch ramp, a fuel dock with four pumps, and pump-out service. You can also enjoy shops, restaurants and boat rentals along the marina. Take day trips to visit nearby Old Town Sacramento, the Half Dome at Yosemite National Park, the Winchester Mystery House in San Jose or Monterey's Cannery Row.

Characteristics campsite

Rental cabins

TV connection
Camping shop
Campfire allowed

Open all year round
Youth groups area
Car allowed on spot

Bike rental
Kids animation
Swim in natural water
Outdoor pool
Tennis court
Golf court
Boat hire
Boat slip way

Baby change facilities
Washing cabins
Washing machines
Laundry driers

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Charlie & Jeanne
English (US)
We had a back-in dirt/grass site with FHU's. Based on all the activities offered (when they are open) I would have given this an overall 5 star rating. However my rating got affected by both the park itself & the weather. 4 of 5 days we were in a severe wind/dust storm which coated every interior surface of our MH with fine, black dust. It was impossible to enjoy sitting outside the rig. There was major construction going on at the marina area, the restaurant was closed for construction/remodel. The ice cream shop is no more. The park was having equipment issues with stuff like the water pumps used on the water features. The May Day weekend crowd was of the loud, rude, vulgar language types. Nobody follows posted rules whether they be of traffic directions, picking up after dogs, bicycle safety rules, etc. The big weekend crowd as a whole I guess never saw any of the trash cans scattered EVERYWHERE throught the grounds. What was worse is 3 days after the weekend the same garbage was still scattered around the grounds. The grounds crew did mow some of the sites, but left the clippings on the ground and sidewalks. I was outside my rig when I took a rock to the noggin from the groundskeeper weed-eating a vacant site of grass and gravel across the street from me. Unfortunately at the same time my MH windshield also took 2 hits from the weed-eating, creating 2 nice divots (no star chips, yet). At least the worker stopped when I told him. No returns in our future. We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park™ Camp-Resort: Tower Park in a Motorhome.
2 years ago

English (US)
I just got back from a long weekend here, at one of the “red-carpet, pull-thru full hookup” spots. I could see what some reviewers were saying about the uncontrolled children and general rowdiness but that wasn’t applicable in the red-carpet area of the resort. The larger, expensive sites were in a very quiet area. The kids playground is, however too far from this area to walk to (easily) and we rented a $75-a-day electric golf cart to get around the resort. As the day gets later, all playground rules (no horseplay etc) go out the window as parents get drunker so it would be nice if staff would try to enforce that a bit, for the safety of the younger children. That rule and the “no driving the golf buggies if you’re under 18”. The same irresponsible parents were letting their 10-year-olds drive these carts unsupervised and they were crashing and causing hazards. With all that said, we had an amazing time because it was freedom at its fullest. There were no mask nazis trying to force us to wear oxygen-depleters. It had something for everyone and we all had a lot of fun.
2 years ago