Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park of the Black Canyon

(2) Reviews

22045 South Highway 550, Montrose, CO, 81403

The NEW Colorado Jellystone Park™ Campground located in Montrose, is a perfect home base for exploring the “Real Colorado,” with RV and Lodging accommodations to suit your needs. Big Rig, Pet, and of course Family Friendly! Nearby are Black Canyon National Park and Ouray Hot Springs, two popular Attractions with the slopes and upscale attractions of famous Telluride less than one hour away.

Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park of the Black Canyon includes amenities such as WiFi, water, sewer, showers, electricity. This big rig and pet friendly campground is located on 22045 South Highway 550 in Montrose, CO. Swimming Indoors, shuffleboard, and swimming outdoors are some of the activities you can enjoy during your stay here.

Last Updated: 01/07/2021

General Store

Community Showers

Big Rig Friendly

Water Hookups

Propane Refilling Station

Community Restrooms

Sewer Hookups

Pet Friendly


50 Amps

30 Amps


Swimming Indoors

Swimming Outdoors

22045 South Highway 550, Montrose, CO, 81403
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Overall Rating: 2.5

Sparrow Bird

This is not a Jellystone Campground anymore. The place is run down. Not even sure if there is a manager on site.

Erwin E Cullison

40 minutes from the Black Canyon visitor center and over an hour away from Curecanti NRA. The site was a back in even though the girl at the desk told us it was a pull through. The sites were large width wise. It was a bit confusing how to even enter the park as the address leads you to a gravel road but you need to go just a bit further to the actual road you turn down then in. The manager was very friendly, he worked hard to keep the place clean and the grass mowed while we were there. The pool was open but was extremely cold. The hot tub is in a separate room and was not working when we were there. We were there during the week so by 4 no activities were going on. They had several listed that looked quite fun. The park had ample space. It had a great view of the mountains. It was rather expensive but we were willing to pay that to have a nice pool and hot tub but since we didn't get that. The showers were not the greatest. My faucet head leaked, there was no stool nor a place to hang or put the shampoo and soap on so you only had the floor. If the park had been cheaper, half of the price, this would have been acceptable but since we paid so much, and had to pay extra because of "extra" people I felt like I had overpaid. I did like the fact that it wasn't crowded together as some of the other rv parks in town were. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group