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Click here to read about the HipHomeSchoolMoms.com travel stay at our park during May 2019.
Since we created Homeschool Road Trips in 2015, we’ve been traveling with our own families and taking other homeschooling families on some exciting educational road trips! We’ve been blessed to experience some fantastic locations, learn a lot about geography and history and science, get some exercise while participating in fun activities in beautiful outdoor locations, and spend time relaxing and enjoying getting to know other homeschooling families.
It is officially Spring! The March Lillies/Buttercup flowers and the trees around the campground are blooming! We will have TWO Spring Break weeks starting today, March 22nd, until April 7th. Our themed weekends include Wake Up Yogi Bear, Double the Slime weekend, and Mardi Gras and Color Fun Run weekend. We will have recreational activities and bring out one of the bears daily!
For 2019 we also have a deal you cannot pass up! We have spring camping specials where you and your family can stay 6 weekends or 3 weekends and enjoy all the themed activities and fun amenities while you are here. Just leave your camper on site and come back for a fun filled weekend! Call 2707733840 to make your reservation today!
April 12th- May 19th (6 Weekends)
May 3rd- May 19th (3 Weekends)
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) - Jellystone Park in Cave City is closing in on the completion of their park expansion.
The park is getting ready to open 103 additional campsites and 20 additional cabins.
The new campsites and cabins will complete the first phase of a $10.7 million expansion of the park, which included last summer’s opening of Karst Beach and the opening of a Nathan’s Famous hot dog franchise.
Once the new campsites and cabins are in place, Jellystone will have 228 campsites and 94 cabins.
Owner Bill Pott says, “ We are a strong, impetus part of the tourism in this area and that's a good thing. We’re one more draw. Tourism is a major, major business player in not only just Barren County, but all of Kentucky.”
Pott says he’s hoping Mother Nature cooperates so they can open their new campsites around Memorial Day.
Their expansion will have a positive effect on the Cave City economy, not only producing short-term construction jobs, but an eventual permanent increase in the park’s workforce from 55 to over 100 full and part-time employees during the peak camping seasons
For more information on Jellystone Park, go to www.jellystonemammothcave.com