Jellystone Parks Adding New Attractions for 2021

The additions range from laser tang and escape rooms to zip lines, water slides, food offerings, and new cabins.

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More than 20 Jellystone Park Camp-Resort locations are adding new attractions in preparation for the summer camping season. The new attractions range from laser tag and escape rooms to zip lines, water slides and floating aqua parks.

“Our locations have many more attractions than most campgrounds, but our franchisees know it behooves them to continue to invest in new attractions such as water slides and floating obstacle courses,” said Trent Hershenson, vice president of marketing for Leisure Systems, Inc., which franchises more than 75 Jellystone Park locations across the U.S. and Canada.

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Several Jellystone Park locations are also adding more rental accommodations this year, including furnished cabins and eco-tents. Below is a list of expansions, improvements and new additions being added at various locations:

Lake Monroe Jellystone (Bloomington, Indiana)

  • Laser Tag (April 30)
  • Escape Room (July 4)
  • Two new RV rentals

Camp Golden Valley (Bostic, North Carolina)

  • Lake Zip Line
  • Additional kayak, paddleboat, and stand-up paddle board rentals
  • Outdoor amphitheater
  • New restaurant
  • 18 new rental cabins
  • Three furnished eco-tents
  • Dog wash station
  • Two courtesy trams (each capable of transporting 24 people to park attractions)

Jellystone Georgia (Bremen, Georgia)

  • Inflatable water slide
  • New playground equipment
  • New park model rental cabins

North Port Huron Jellystone (Carsonville, Michigan):

  • Wibit floating obstacle course

Jellystone Gulf Coast (Elberta, Alabama)

  • 27 more full-service RV sites (May 1)
  • Addition of a rental cabin
  • New playground equipment
  • Gaga ball pit.

Jellystone Fort Atkinson (Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin)

  • Wibit floating aqua park that can accommodate up to 70 people
  • Pedal cart track with banked turns.
  • 20-by-40-foot court for games of human foosball
  • Outdoor drive-in movie theater for golf carts and pedal carts.
  • An ice cream parlor
  • 2,000-square-foot pavilion.
  • Additional food services offering including 16-inch pizzas, 16-oz. pretzels, grilled chicken wings, grilled cheese sandwiches and grilled tuna sandwiches.
  • 14 new park models.

Glen Ellis Jellystone (Glen, New Hampshire)

  • Water zone (July)
  • Expanded sport facilities with shuffleboard, bocce, and gaga ball courts
  • Campsite upgrades
  • 40 additional cabins
  • Three tiny house rentals

Jellystone Gloucester Point (Gloucester Point, Virginia)

  • Obstacle course
  • Inflatable water slide

Lakes Region Jellystone (Lakes Region, New Hampshire)

  • 18-hole miniature golf course
  • 20 new cabins

Jellystone Larkspur (Larkspur, Colorado)

  • 100 more RV sites and 22 vacation cabins.
  • Glamping tents, yurts, and adventure tents

Delaware Jellystone (Lincoln, Delaware)

  • 2,844-square-foot splash pad and two water slides
  • New fire rings.
  • Upgraded Wi-Fi system
  • Expanded camp store
  • Renovated arcade
  • New playground equipment
  • New golf cart rentals

Keystone Lake Jellystone (Mannford, Oklahoma)

  • Expanded Wibit floating obstacle course
  • 10 new RV sites with 50-amp service
  • 10 new private rental shade pavilions on the water attraction peninsula, each with its own charcoal grill, electricity, and picnic table
  • Expanded Wi-Fi service.

Memphis Jellystone (Horn Lake, Mississippi)

  • Inflatable water slides
  • New jumping pad
  • Upgraded Red-Carpet RV sites with adirondack chairs and brick fire pits.

Camp Jellystone (Milton, Pennsylvania)

  • Additional water slide to its existing water play
  • Water Wars game
  • Human foosball
  • Laser tag
  • Jumping pad
  • Gaga ball pit
  • New glamping tents
  • Additional rental cabins
  • Expanded park’s ranger station and golf cart fleet.
  • Increased food service offerings

Monticello Jellystone (Monticello, Iowa)

  • Expansion of aqua park from a 72-person capacity to 200
  • Remote car (RC) track
  • Additional glamping cabin

Jellystone Niagara (Niagara Falls, Ontario)

  • Gaga ball pit
  • Two glamping yurts.

Jellystone Park of Western New York (North Java, New York)

  • Two swimming pools

Jellystone Pine Lakes (Pittsfield, Illinois)

  • Doubling the size of beach
  • Doubling size and capacity of Wibit floating obstacle course from 100 to 200 people.
  • Beach volleyball
  • Water Wars game
  • Additional water toys, including paddle boats and kayaks, adding another gaga ball pit, new horseshoe pits, and adding a new fleet of 30 high-end golf carts
  • Expanded camp store and café
  • 30 new premium pull-through sites with 50-amp electrical service.

Tabor City Jellystone (Tabor City, North Carolina)

  • Laser tag field
  • Drive-in theater for golf carts
  • Craft center
  • Nature trail with interactive QR codes for use in hunts and other activities.
  • Camp store
  • Dog Park
  • Four additional campsites

Waller Jellystone (Waller, Texas)

  • Laser tag course
  • Two playgrounds
  • Jumping pillow
  • Dog park
  • Additional golf cart rentals.

Jellystone Warrens (Warrens, Wisconsin)

  • Six-person water slide

Jellystone Maryland (Williamsport, Maryland)

  • A lazy river
  • New virtual reality rooms and a traverse wall added to the park’s Ninja Course Adventure Building
  • Virtual reality games
  • Expanded pedal cart track
  • New jumping pillow.
  • New walk-up primitive tent sites with platforms

 

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