Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Hill Country

Address: 12915 FM 306, Canyon Lake, Texas, 78133, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 12915 FM 306, Canyon Lake, is near Guadalupe River, Jacob's Creek Park, Canyon Park, and North Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Canyon Lake

      It is 2014. Why are you currently managing your golf course like it is nonetheless 1998?

      A travel blog entry by tinyjungle430 on Jan 02, 15

      ... a thing that you will in fact desire to use. And some thing your golfers will would like to use, too.

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      Try try again

      A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Dec 17, 2014

      So today we went back over to the storage place and turned on the generator. No problem, but then again the generator is built to handle 50 amps and everything in "G/G". Now I wonder if the inverter may be the problem. Not that it runs the refrigerator anyway, but........

      So I guess we'll find out on ...

      OH NO!!

      A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Dec 16, 2014

      Today we went over to the storage place to make some measurements for the trim around the refrigerator. While there, we decided to plug in for a bit to test the refrigerator. Bob retrieved all the necessary adapters and we plugged them into the outlet. Then we went to plug in "G/G" and the GFCI popped. Now what?? We tried a different plug with the same results. So now what do we do? Well we know that it runs on the 50 amp ...

      Another problem

      A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Dec 05, 2014

      We picked "G/G" up this morning and I drove over to storage. The refrigerator does not look near as massive today as it did on Wednesday. There is not as much room between the wood trim and the refrigerator as I was thinking. While I was waiting for Bob to arrive, I put the levels down and attempted to extend the slides. I wanted to remove all the packing stuff from the refrigerator. That's when ...

      Shorts weather!

      A travel blog entry by cliff-n-chris on Mar 11, 2012

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      ... but we decided we didn't like the look of the area so we kept on going. The rain stopped as we drove through Waco, then we hit an even worse storm. We came to the conclusion the easiest thing to do was find a truck and sit on his tail; when he went off, find another one; the trucks all seem to know where they are going! It was impossible to see any difference between the road, the spray, and the sky, they all looked the ...