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

    Pool day

    A travel blog entry by rlkefauver on Jun 03, 2015

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    Ahhhhh. No truck today. Ahhhhhh Cooked yummy cinnamon rolls that Linda packed for us, thank you Linda! Kids got to play in game room, ride their bikes and play in the pool. Mommy got to start a book! And even got some laundry done... Hitting the road ...

    Stop TWO New Braunfelds

    A travel blog entry by rlkefauver on May 31, 2015

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    Miss Vicki said make sure you pack your sense of adventure and flexibility, that was tested before we even left. The San Antonio campground where we had reservations called and said their pool was going to be closed earlier than expected for renovations and would we like to cancel for full refund. Very ...

    Another try

    A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Dec 19, 2014

    Well, we plugged in at Texas RV without a problem, so guess we'll have to think about another solution. Probably will just pack up at the storage facility, run the generator on the way to the rally, then go shopping after we get there. We'll see how that works ...

    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 ...

    Diggin' in the Dirt.

    A travel blog entry by jasminejonte on Mar 08, 2011

    ... sheep, pigs, donkeys, longhorns, etc. 'Below the gate' are the native/wild animals, like the monkeys, lions, and exotic birds. This section of the tour was the more extensive.

    Their philosophy is to try and give these native animals the greatest chance of being wild, so they don't name them, pet them, even pay much attention to them. They serve them with what they need, and let them be. We were introduced to a few 'failures', the most memorable being a ...