{Road Trip} Kid-friendly glamping spot in California's Central Valley - 510 Families

{Road Trip} Kid-friendly glamping spot in California’s Central Valley

We are thrilled to introduce a new sponsor, Tower Park Resort. Read on!

Looking for a fun, family-friendly vacation spot for one final hurrah this summer? We've discovered a brand new destination designed to make every family member happy. Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park™ at Tower Park Resort and Marina offers a camping experience the whole gang can enjoy — including those who don't want to sleep in a tent.

Located in California’s Central Valley along the meandering byways of the California Delta, this family vacation camp-resort in Lodi is just 90 minutes from most Alameda County locations.

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From pools and playgrounds to laser tag and gaga ball, Jellystone Park just might provide the perfect mixture of relaxation and excitement.

Ways to stay: Camping or Glamping?

There are eight different RV campsite types and four cabin styles to choose from, plus tent sites. Cabins sleep between five and 10 people, have kitchens and bathrooms, and come with bedding. Bring your own food, but don't worry, there is a grocery store for basic conveniences, such as ketchup, s'mores supplies, and sunscreen, and an ice cream shop.

Amenities included at Jellystone Park

Splash and play the day away, or relax by one of the two pools. A waterslide and other splashpad features provide a wow factor for the kids. The hot tub invites tired parents to soak.

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Want to stay dry? There is a jumping pillow that provides hours of fun–not to mention it’s a great form of exercise. A full basketball court and beach volleyball court are on the premises, too.

Lazer Tag course (pictured) operates day and night.

Pets are welcome, so bring your family’s favorite companions and let them enjoy running and playing at the Bark Park.

Big toys to rent

Make the most of being on the beautiful California Delta by renting a watercraft. The property is on a marina, so no need to drive to your recreational activities. Paddle board, boat, fish, or kayak along the beautiful waterways. On land, if you’re looking to explore the park, or simply get to your next activity quicker, rent a golf cart or bike.

Where and what is Lodi?

This resort is in a great location to explore the surrounding area. Located in Lodi’s Wine Country, there are over 85 wineries nearby. (Bring grandparents here, so you can escape for an afternoon!) In addition, the California Delta is the perfect place for boating and fishing. You could even route your drive to hit the Jelly Belly Factory in Fairfield along the way.

Open year-round, this camp-resort is an ideal destination for any family looking for a short road trip. It’s perfect for a final summer getaway if you’re looking for a way to bring everyone together one final time before Fall arrives.

Can’t make it before the end of summer? No worries: Jellystone Park has tons of fun in store for the fall. Every weekend in October, there will be Halloween-themed activities with events like costume contests, trick or treating, site decorating contests, a haunted house, and more.

This post was sponsored by Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park™ at Tower Park Resort and Marina. For more information, visit their website: http://towerparkresort.com/

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