Hey, you. Yeah, you.
Can you remember the last time you closed your laptop and spent more than an hour outside?
If the question has you scratching your head, you’re (unfortunately) not alone. But there’s an incredibly simple solution.
You, my friend, need a camping trip. Post haste. And we’ve got just the place for you to take it!
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park™ Lazy River RV Rentals
You might already be familiar with Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resorts. After all, we’re a nationwide franchise of family-owned resort campgrounds that offer the best in the business when it comes to wholesome fun the whole family will enjoy and remember.
Any of our campgrounds make a fine place to take a vacation. But if you’re suffering from too-much-work-itis, our Lazy River location in Gardiner, New York is an ideal solution. I mean, it’s got “lazy” right there in the name!
This 100-acre park is set smack-dab on the shoreline of the meandering Wallkill River, its namesake, which provides tons of kayaking, canoeing, swimming, and fishing opportunities just outside your camper’s doorstep. We’re also only a few minutes away from fantastic hiking and wildlife spotting opportunities at Minnewaska State Park. Keep in mind, though, that not all the water there is quite so lazy… in fact, some of it tumbles down beautiful waterfalls!
If you want to put the education into your vacation, you and your family can also explore the nearby local history in New Paltz, which was founded all the way back in 1678 and shares a name with Germany’s famous Pfalz region. (Looks like the settlers’ best subject might not have been spelling.)
Whether you’re meandering down Huguenot Street, trying your hand (… or foot?) at climbing Shawangunk Ridge, or tripping and sipping along the Shawangunk Wine Trail, there’s plenty to do in this beautiful section of New York State.
And, of course, even if you stay onsite at the campground the whole time, you’ll still be far from boredom. Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Parks always come jam-packed with fun activities and features, sure to delight and amuse adventurous campers both young and old. You can zoom down the waterslides at our Water Zone splash pad, or run and hide from your friends-turned-adversaries in a friendly bout of Lazer Tag. We’ve also got playgrounds, canoe rentals, mini golf, live music, wagon rides… it might be easier to make a list of fun stuff we don’t offer.
Whether you’re here for the hiking, the history, or just to hang out, bringing an RV to the campground is one of the most comfortable and convenient ways to stay with us. And if you’re in the market for a rental vehicle, don’t worry — we’ve got all the details.
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Lazy River RV Campers for Rent
If you don’t already own an RV of your very own, that doesn’t mean you can’t come stay with us! We offer on-site cabins for those who don’t want to sleep on wheels. But if you’re curious about the RV camping lifestyle, there are plenty of ways to find an RV for rent in Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Lazy River.
These days, RVing is way more than a way to see the country after you’re retired. Young professionals and new families are hitting the road in their personal recreational vehicles in droves. But for most RV owners, the vast majority of the time, that RV is sitting in the driveway empty — a waste of time, space, and most of all, a great vacation!
That’s where peer-to-peer RV rental marketplaces like RVshare come into play. These digital platforms allow private RV owners to list their rigs for rent online when they’d otherwise be collecting dust. And for you, that means the opportunity to travel in a cozy, well-loved camper for a way lower price than you might find at a large, commercial dealership. Win win, right?
Cheap RV Rentals at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Lazy River
Obviously, your budget is the last thing you want to think about while you’re on vacation. But unfortunately, that checkbook is always there waiting to be balanced after you come back.
If you’re curious about how much is it to rent an RV at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Lazy River, the honest answer is that it depends on what kind of RV you rent. Large, well-appointed RVs cost a higher price per day to rent than their smaller sleeper van or popup trailer counterparts. Your final cost will also depend on how far you have to drive to get here and whether or not you include additional extra options a dealership may offer, like having the RV stocked with linens and dishware.
Part of the reason RVshare is a great alternative to a commercial dealership is because most of these home-owned RVs already come with all of these conveniences… and without any sneaky additional fees. So even though they’re affordable, they’re anything but cheap!
That said, make sure when you’re making out your vacation budget that you also remember to factor in costs aside from the rental of the vehicle itself. That might include entertainment costs, of course, but also food, fuel, and mileage. Our affordable and generous Riverside Red Carpet campsites start at just $60 per night, so you don’t have to worry about overspending on campground fees!
Family RV Rentals at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Lazy River
No matter which rental agency, dealership, or private market you use to find your Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Lazy River travel trailer rental, the most important part is getting out and having fun with your family while you’re here. And fortunately, that’s not very difficult to do at all.
Our park activities and features, as well as the ample hiking and beauty of the untouched nature around us, makes Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Lazy River the perfect place to kick back and enjoy a few days of being, well, lazy.
Because, let’s face it: You deserve some down time.