A Cowboy's Life: Fun At NTX Jellystone Park

May 11, 2022

The Go RVing PR team works with media outlets across the country to tell the real-life stories of RVers and introduce even more consumers to the RVing lifestyle. Recently, they sponsored A Cowboy's Life author Chastity Beane's trip to North Texas Jellystone Park, where she and her family enjoyed the park's outdoor recreation activities.

Whether you are looking for a weekend getaway with the family or a long vacation away from the city, North Texas Jellystone Park is the place to go!

Enjoy a family-friendly trip at NTX Jellystone Park

Jellystone Park brings the family together for some old fashion fun, with a touch of luxury! Many locations are all-inclusive and have everything you need to have an epic time with your family.

Keep reading about why this is the perfect family-friendly getaway. Plus a great promo code to get one night free!

Thank you to GoRVIng for sponsoring this post. All opinions are my own.

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resorts

North Texas Jellystone Park is located in Burleson, which is located 20 minutes from downtown Fort Worth. 

Why stay at a Jellystone Park

This park is essentially the neighborhood of our childhood. Guests have an old-school mentality and seem to look after each other. You can’t help but wave at other campers as they drive by in their golf cart and say hello to those in the neighboring cabins.

I loved seeing kids walking to the lake, playing basketball with friends they just made, making crafts, and climbing on one of the many playgrounds. And the best part was that none of them had their phones or asked to play video games! 

Cabin and RV Rentals

During this trip, we stayed in the Park Model RVs (also known as deluxe cabins) that featured a bedroom with a queen-size bed, bunk beds, full kitchen, bathroom, living room, loft, AC/Heat, and screened-in porch.

What’s unique about the Park Model RV is that they look like a cabin, but are hooked up to a campsite just like an RV. You can experience the RV life without having to own all the gear and supplies.

Read the full article from A Cowboy's Life here

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