14900 West Highway 12
Lodi, California 95242
Phone: (209) 283-1576
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 this park has to offer and start making camping memories that will last a lifetime.
Bring your whole family to experience everything that is wonderful about Jellystone Park™! If you choose to camp out, this campground offers wooded and open campsites for every type of camping unit, from Big Rig RVs to pop-up campers and tents. If cabin camping is more your style, they have several new luxurious units, each offering a variety of amenities and sleeping accommodations. Each cabin has numerous amenities, including AC/heat, television and more. Some options even include full baths and kitchens! Units are located throughout Jellystone Park™ and offer the ability to enjoy all the amenities of the park without leaving the comforts of home behind. Can’t stay for the whole weekend? No problem! Ask about their Day Pass options.
The park offers a variety of amenities for your family to enjoy including interactive swimming pools, hot tubs, Lazer Tag, a jumping pillow, Gem Mining, Gaga Ball, other outdoor sports, and more! Challenge your friends or family to a water fight battle with our their Delta bumper boats! Jellystone Park™ Camp-Resort at Tower Park also features a camp store, laundry, pavilion, and golf cart rentals for your convenience.
Jellystone Park™ Camp-Resort is also conveniently located next door to a marina with 400 long & short-term berths and boat, paddle board, kayak, and electric boat rentals. Also on the grounds are local shops such as Tower Park Waterfront Grille and Sunset Sweets.
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Great place to come and relax and go boating.fresh clean river waterways.nice people here.come over and check it out.
Husband saw article in newspaper few weeks ago. We took the drive today yo check it out. Camping & cabins. Pool. Water slides. Small beach area right on delta. We plan on going back to stay for few days. Was busy today but all appeared to be having fun.
Although the Campground is very beautiful, the rate of $98 a night is unjustified.
Went there while on my boat for lunch, restaurant was horrible but the shaved ice place made up for it
We went this weekend. For our 1st time.The park was sold out and I was shocked by the fact that no one was wearing masks. In the play areas no one was supervising the jumping area and there was about 30 kids on it at one time, no masks. Also the rules were not followed on a lot of things especially after dark. Kids driving the golf carts?? Electric scooters, hover boards, bikes. My husband is a cancer survivor and my son in law has an autoimmune disease and they did not leave our camping area at all. Luckily we were on the end and had no one next to us on one side. On the up side the young man that waited on me in the camp store was very nice and helpful, the girls in the sweet shop were also very nice..great customer service.
First time here as Jellystone Park and I was pleasantly surprised considering another jellystone park I visited I would have given 2 stars. The cabin was clean, I was surprised eating and cooking utensils including pots and pans were provided. Had I known this I would not have hauled my own. Loved the lazy river (wish it was bigger), and pool. Grandson was disappointed the splash tower was closed maybe next time. I would like for activities to be open throughout the day/evening (not scheduled) as it was so hot we spent most of our time at the pool. For example movie nights with Yogi, BooBoo and Cindy. Night lazer tag, evening dance party for kids under 10. Lazy river at night. We absolutely love Sunset Sweets we had a blast meeting new people while we enjoyed the music, shaved ice, ice cream looking out over the water watching folks on jet ski's, and boats all while watching the sunset. It was very disappointing on our last day to hear Sunset Sweets lease will not be renewed so they will be gone by October. My family would like to make labor day our annual camping weekend at Jellystone but I would need to consider the cost Fri-Mon for 6 $1850. 😬 which included a cabana for 1 day and golf cart for Fri-Sun 🤔, and the fact Sunset Sweets has won my heart and I would be heartbroken if I could not enjoy it after a day at the lazy river. Not to mention the folks that run it are so pleasant. I pray the owners of Jellystone reconsider closing Sunset Sweets I know I'm not the only one who will miss them.
Nice place, however, cabins should be fumigated more often and the mattress pads aren't very comfortable. Kitchen area is good. Looking forward to going back, especially when all amenities are back open.
Great family friendly campground. We stayed in a cabin. We had no linen due to covid 🙄 and our heater did not work 🥶 The tried to figure out why it wouldn't turn on. Ended up giving us a space heater. Clean bathrooms and facility over all. They had fun activities for the kids (last weekend celebrating Halloween) Lazy river was closed. Restaurant was under construction.
A very popular RV/Cabin(s)/Tent park geared for the whole family in mind. My first time visiting this park. It's December at the park was well visited. Lot's of water activities here and what I observed are improvements or upgrades in progress. I would like to visit again to see the finished work.
Me being a kid I loveeeddddd this place so much, there are so many things to do. There is a big trampoline that a lot of kids love to jump on, right next to it there's a volleyball area if you wanna play some. Right next to that there is a full sized basketball court with double rim. Lol right next to that there are two play structures one I tiny for little kids and the other is for bigger kids. The also have arts and crafts and what not all around the camp sight... I love this place and it's it's better in the summer when the pool is opened. There's always kids riding bikes around or scooters . Definitely a family safe place for night and day.
Extremely fun for the kids and not stressful. The environment felt safe and had a good amount of camping aspects without the real rugged camping experience. The cabins are basic with bare minimum features, but they do keep you warm at night! Cabin location is key if you have little ones and want the convenience of having the play areas in your own front/back yard so I recommend booking way in advance. Same with campsites. Laser tag isn't available every night as there are some nights dedicated for movie nights and you'd have to sign up in advance for everything like golf cart rentals. Overall I highly recommend family vacationing here.
Five stars for the ALL employees that are here. Emphasizing on our experience with Patrick a manager. Had a few small issues that Patrick ironed out very well. Place is beautiful and peaceful. The team here at Tower Park made me very comfortable to return again.Thank you again Patrick for your professionalism and you’re genuine desire to help guests and run a great RV resort!
Helpful courteous staff. Nice to have a getaway place close to home. So many different activities. Nice pool area. The splash area and lazy river were closed but open up next week. Sad that we did not experience them. Lots of spaces with trees so most of the spaces have shade. Very family orientated! Already making future plans to come back!
We had a great time. The staff all seamed to be laid back which was cool. We hung out till 2am every night with nobody giving us a hard time. We were respectful noise wise bit still nice not having someone telling you you have to completely shut down. Full hookups for the trailer so it was great all together.
First time visitor. We took the kids for spring break and we had a blast. Cabin was clean except the BBQ grill area was filled with bird mess👎. I recommend staying at least 3 nights. The kids were not able to enjoy to water park because it will open during peak season. I plan on going back soon.
Hidden gem definitely! Great place for the whole family to have fun. Would recommend and continue to visit. Looks like it's going to get a lot better too look forward to the renovations being done!
This is the place. It's not far but you feel like you are. The kids will have to much fun. They have an affiliate app that keeps you in the loop of all the activities going on for the day. When I say activities. Every 2 hrs is something. Or you can just lounge at one of the 4 water stations. We are definitely making this one of our yearly trips. Thank you JELLYSTONE
First time staying at this park and it won’t be our last. We have a 28’ trailer and it was easy to maneuver and park within the park. Our site was 317 and there wasn’t anything to block the wind for a campfire or sitting outside but we managed by turning over the table and putting a beach towel on it to block. We didn’t rent a golf cart since we were close to the playground and the water park but if you’re a bit farther out with a lot of stuff I can see how it can be beneficial. There were plenty of activities all day so no one could ever be bored. I can’t say enough about the staff. For a bunch of young high school/college kids they were SO wonderful. You can tell that they like their job and each other and it’s not just a ‘summer job’. Everyone was so friendly and went out of their way to make our day better. I only wish that they wore name tags so that I could call them out individually.
First campsite (142) was SO WINDY.... like misserable windy. After we moved to a new site it was night and day difference. Don't camp near the levee. If you are camping find a place that is protected by cabins meaning cabins in between you and the river. Staff was great. The water park was so fun for kids. But it's not the place for a nature experience. Was kinda dirty... dog poop in our site and cans and trash just sorta scattered everywhere. Got a slight sewer whiff every once in a while. I definitely prefer a state park type experience but if you are into the theme park while you camp thing, it works. It could be a fun place to gather with multiple families.
Amazing place for kids. The water park has something to offer for every age group and although the campground seemed very full the water park never felt totally overloaded. The waterpark was super clean and the young employees were super friendly. The RV spot we had was supposed to fit at 30‘ RV - our 26‘ barely fit in to the spot😬 We did enjoy our close proximity to the water park/ playground though. Only reason for the 4* instead of 5* - the garbage is a problem. It was very windy during our stay but no one seem to bother to pick up the wind blown trash. The dog park garbage can - did not get emptied once during our 3 day stay and it was overflowing. 😬 Overall it’s definitely a great place to go to - we would return.
Pros: Fun, local campground, fairly clean, and a lot of activities. Cons: some camping areas feel very crowded, especially if you’re near groups with multiple vehicles, there are clearly some people living in the campground (not sure if they’re employees or not) but you better hope your spot isn’t next to one because they are disgusting, cluttered, and not taken care of trailers/campsites, people speed through the campground non stop and not once did I see an employee enforce a slower speed which is extremely dangerous and concerning considering the amount of kids out and about playing. Another big con is price, oh my goodness, price. Overall I was definitely expecting more for the price. The website makes this campground look super nice, and like there is so much to do.. don’t get me wrong as stated before it is fairly clean, but nothing is “fancy” by any means. Bathrooms are run down looking, grass in between sites is dead. There were things advertised in the welcome pamphlet that are no longer available. Pretty much every single activity offered has an ADDITIONAL cost… even candy bar bingo… you have to bring your own candy bar to participate… this is crazy… the water areas are nice, and decent size for little kids, but again I’m not sure why the hefty price considering its not really anything more than just a child friendly water play area.