Yogi Bear, First-of-its Kind “Glam-Cabin” Visit Atlanta Saturday, June 17

Public Open House Promotes National Wildlife Federation’s Great American Campout™

Who:   Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resorts, including Yogi Bear
What: Free open house and tours of a new, first-of-its kind “Glam-Cabin”
When: Saturday, June 17, 2017
Where: Greystone at Piedmont Park, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Yogi Bear's Jellystone Parks #jellystonepark is joining with other industry partners to support the National Wildlife Federation’s 13th annual Great American Campout. This summer-long event celebrates camping as a way to connect with nature and wildlife #GreatAmericanCampout.

To help NWF achieve its goal of 150,000 pledges and to introduce families to the latest trends in camping, Jellystone Parks and Stone Canyon Cabins are taking a next generation “Glam-Cabin” on a six-city tour. Jellystone Park’s “Glam Cabin” features:

  • Media center with large flat panel TV and surround sound, powered by a rooftop solar system
  • Custom cabinets with LED lighting
  • High-end furniture
  • Stainless steel appliances
  • Loft for the kids and separate retreat for adults

The cabin will be on display and open for free tours on June 17 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Greystone in Piedmont Park. Yogi Bear will greet guests, pose for selfies and hand out Jellystone Park swag.

Visitors will be encouraged to take the NWF’s camping pledge. Everyone who does will be entered in the Great American Campout Sweepstakes. Prizes include a Keystone Bullet COLT RV, valued at $18,625, a one-week stay at the Jellystone Park of the winner’s choice, a $500 pre-paid credit card for travel expenses and a $250 Jellystone Park gift card. Pledging is free. Enter at www.campjellystone.com/campout/.

The sweepstakes runs until October 16, 2017. Visit www.nwf.org/Great-American-Campout.aspx for official rules.


Ritter Communications
Brad Ritter, 740-815-1892

Release Summary

Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park brings its new "Glam-Cabin" to Piedmont Park June 17 for free tours and to promote the NWF's Great American Campout.


Ritter Communications
Brad Ritter, 740-815-1892