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Sioux Falls Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort, Brandon, SD

Park Review (out of 10.0)


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Park Info                                                 Sioux Falls Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort

                                                             26014 478th Ave, Brandon, SD 57005

                                                             Latitude: 43.6115387 (43° 36′ 41.539” N)

                                                             Longitude: -96.65077819 (96° 39′ 2.801” W)



                                                             OPEN  – April 1 to October 15

Date(s) of Stay                                       September 7-8, 2014

Facilities                                                 30/50 amp, water, sewer, cable, and wifi

                                                             Pool, Corn Maze, Mini Golf, Volleyball, Basketball, and more!

                                                             Very clean restrooms with showers & laundry

                                                             Approximately 112 RV sites, 12 cabins, and a tent area

Daily RV Rates                                        $40 – $60 – depending on the season

Rate Discounts for                                 Weekly + stays are discounted. See site for details.

Big Rig Friendly?                                    Yes, with many pull-through sites.


Just off of the I-90 at Exit 402. Go north on Country Rd 121 and the park is virtually the first thing on the right at less than a quarter-mile.


This campground provided us a quiet setting with easy-to-maneuver roads that are also conducive to a pleasant stroll before or after a meal. If you have children, there are plenty of activities for them.

When we discovered this campground, we were looking for a nice setting that was quiet but not far off the interstate, as we only needed to stop for one night. Sometimes that can be difficult to find, but not this time.

With it being close to I-90 and Sioux Falls, running into town for a bite to eat was a piece of cake (pun intended). Walking around the grounds during the evening hours was very nice indeed.