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Jellystone RV Park and Camp Resort

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Kelseyville, California
Reviewed 18 October 2016 via mobile

This campground/RV park is closed. Sign at the front of the entrance states, Closed to the public. Has been this way for almost a year? It seems that the last time it was open was right after The Valley Fire. Very sad!

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San Francisco
Reviewed 8 July 2014

Beware that the swimming pool is closed. This is important to know when you plan on camping in 97-degree heat and are relying on taking a dip to stay cool. Also, the "free wireless" is virtually nonexistent. And they don't enforce their quiet hours -- so my 2-year-old daughter's first camping experience resulted in a sleepless night thanks to the...

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Northern California
Reviewed 12 June 2014

Campground workers were very nice and accommodating. It was a quiet family-centered place to stay. Outdoor movies, bike rentals, paddle boat rentals, video game, mini golf and gold mining for kids. There was a ton of stuff to do. Camp was well kept but out dated. It's time for some serious renovations. Overall it was worth the stay and I...

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Livermore, CA
Reviewed 3 September 2013

This campground had a mix of pros and cons. We tent camped in P17 which is the best spot. It's down by the creek away from every other campsite. The only bad thing were the rude people coming into our site asking what number this one was, playing in the creek smoking while we were eating, letting their dog poop...

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DC
Reviewed 30 July 2013

The campground is a mix of pros and cons. The camping sites have mini sinks built into the picnic tables which are convenient. The roads are dirt & they try to keep the dirt from flying around by watering the roads with a truck. It seems like a gravel road would take less work. The small swimming pool definitely needed...

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Clearlake, California, United States
Reviewed 8 July 2013

We stayed in the A Frame cabin for two nights to have a short family vacation and celebrate our son's birthday. The cabin was clean and spacious, and had almost everything we needed. Our family of five fit very comfortably. There are two bedrooms downstairs with one queen bed in each room. They both have spacious closets. Also downstairs is...

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San Francisco, California
Reviewed 18 July 2011

booked the A Frame here last minute, and it all seemed great, the people working there were really helpful and friendly. when we got into the A Frame, it was FILTHY. we decided it to view it as "rustic", but when we went to sleep, discovered fleas in the bed, and had to leave without even staying a night. Not...

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Address: 14117 Bottle Rock Road, Cobb, CA 95426
Region: United States > California > Lake County > Cobb
Number of rooms: 111
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“From the campground map, it looks like tent site 10 backs up to a creek. Be aware that there is a cliff between you and the creek. No worries -- there is a fence -- but you will not be "on" the water.”
katemT3281MA, 7 Jul 2014 | Read review
“A Frame is very spacious and comfortable.”
  • Downstairs Bedroom
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joyd237, 8 Jul 2013 | Read review
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