Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park

Seasonal activities and family fun await you at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park in Robert, LA!  375+ Wooded Campsites, 88 Cabin Rentals available ($60 – $170/ night), swimming pools, whirlpool, fishing ponds, game room, mini-golf, canoe, kayak and paddle boat rentals, Yogi Dome, RV storage, playground, wet “spray”ground, basketball court, baseball field, laundry facilities, store, and propane filling are available.

Spend countless days and evenings fishing in the stocked ponds, bird watching in the rear of the park or from your cabin porch, or enjoying the tranquility of nature at its best. Yogi Bear park is a nature lover's ideal adventure. Paddling and hiking are commonplace at Tangipahoa Parish's largest campground. 

This family-owned and operated facility employs courteous and knowledgeable staff. They are ready to take you on a bear hunt, hay ride, or simply tell stories by the firelight.  Always eco-conscious, the park strives for sustainable tourism and conservation.     

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Location

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Latitude: 30.54887 Longitude: -90.345525 Elevation: 59 ft
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Number of Camp Sites

375 Camp Sites + 88 cabins available

Campground Style

Full-Hookups

Maximum Campsite Spur Length

40 ft.

Maximum Number of People a Campsite May Accommodate

7

Nightly Fee

$30 - $65

Maximum Length of Stay Allowed

Indefinitely

Driving Directions

From Baton Rouge: take I-12E to exit 47, and then go 3 miles North.
From New Orleans: take I-55N to I-12E (at Hammond) take exit 47, then go 3 miles North.
From New Orleans (Causeway): take the Causeway to Hwy. 190 then take I-12W to exit 47, then go 3 miles North.

Eco-Friendly Notes

Yogi Bear Park prides itself on being eco-friendly while utilizing best practices for conservation and recycling. Summertime programming often includes lessons on nature and Louisiana heritage and culture.

Locally or Family-Owned Business Notes

Louisiana’s #1 Destination for Family Recreation for 30+ Years is family-owned and operated.

Pet Friendly Notes

Pets are allowed but must be leash-kept. Pets are not allowed in cabins.

Seasons Open

Year-round

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