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Essential Information for Current Camp-Resort Guests
Welcome to the Jellystone Park™ Guest Dashboard!

Here, you’ll have access to all the information you need to have the best vacation ever. We hope your stay at our Maine campground exceeds expectations. If you have any concerns during your stay, please visit us at the Registration Station or stop one of our staff members—we would love the opportunity to address them promptly to ensure your experience is nothing short of amazing.

Campsite check-in/check-out times are 3pm/11am
Cabin check-in/check-out times are 4pm/11am
Hours of Operation
Want to see what time mini golf closes? How about when you can do a little shopping at the Ranger Station? View all of our hours for attractions and facilities here!

Closed for the Season: October 16 - May 16 Hours:

MON - FRI: 10AM - 4PM
*Please note - in person visitors are by appointment only. Preferred contact is via email at info@jellystoneparkandroscoggin.com

Thanksgiving: Closed
Christmas Eve: Closed
Christmas Day: Closed
New Year's Eve: Closed
New Year's Day: Closed
Ranger Station
Water Zone
Jumping Pad
Gem Mining
Pic-A-Nic Basket Cafe
Mini Golf
Quiet Hours
Important Information Regarding Your Stay
Please follow our Rules & Policies during your stay.
• Quiet hours: 11PM-8AM, daily.
• Check-out is by 11AM for cabins and 1PM for campsites.
• While at the park, make sure that a car tag is visibly displayed in all vehicles.
• Wristbands must be worn during your stay.
• Max 8 people per site.
• Day Camp Passes are not available.
• Place your bagged trash at the front of your site - our Rangers will pick it up for you at 9AM, 2PM, or 7PM.
• Firewood is available at the Ranger Station.
• Ice is available at the Ranger Station.
• At the end of your stay our housekeeping staff will clean your cabin and prepare it for our next guest. You can help us by washing your dishes, putting any items moved back in their original location and bagging your trash and setting it outside. Guests will be charged $75-$250 if the cabin is excessively dirty and requires extra cleaning.
• Help us conserve energy by turning off both outside and inside lights when they are not needed.
• When using AC/heating in the cabins, please close doors and windows.
• A fire ring has been provided so you can enjoy a campfire. Help us keep the Camp-Resort clean and protect the environment by not moving your fire ring. You will be charge $25 if the fire ring is moved.
• We have firewood available for purchase at our Ranger Station. Campers are not allowed to bring their own firewood due to regulations from the Maine Department of Agriculture. To preserve the beauty of our wooded Camp-Resort, please do not cut down or damage trees in any way.
• The furniture inside the cabins has been designed for indoor use. We ask that you do not take the furniture outdoors—this includes moving the wood rocking chairs from the deck or porch.
• In order to provide a healthy environment for all our guests, we prohibit smoking inside and within 50 ft. from all cabins and public buildings. Guests will be charged an additional $250 cleaning fee if it is discovered that someone has been smoking in a cabin.
Contact & Local Health Care Providers
Have a question or concern during your stay? Stop by the Registration Station. In the case of life threatening emergencies, dial 911. *Please notify the Camp-Resort staff if you call 911 so we can assist in getting emergency personnel to the correct location in the park.
Registration Station: (207) 248-8041
Emergency phone number: (207) 248-8041; press 3
Local Health Care Providers:
Urgent Care 
St. Mary's Urgent Care (18 miles from park)
791 Turner St, Auburn, ME 04210
(207) 330-3900
Alfond Center for Health (20.1 miles from park)
35 Medical Center Pkwy, Augusta, ME 04330
(207) 626-1000
Rite Aid (8 miles from park)
16 Peck Farm Rd, Winthrop, ME 04364
(207) 377-2279
Smile Solutions Of Maine (6.4 miles from park)
28 Old Western Ave, Winthrop, ME 04364
(207) 377-6958
Eye Care
Atlee Gleaton Eye Care (19.1 miles from park)
227 Eastern Ave, Augusta, ME 04330
(207) 622-3185
On-Site Dining
Grab a snack, full meal, or frozen treat at the Pic-A-Nic Basket! You can view our menu here.
Events & Daily Activities
View daily activity schedule below or download Jellystone Park™ app!
Brown Tail Moth Information
Please reference this document for all necessary information regarding brown tail moths/caterpillars. 

Brown tail moths are an invasive forest species native to Maine from April-June. The brown tail moth hairs can become airborne causing symptoms such as: 
• Rashes
• Respiratory distress
• Breathing troubles

While we are able to take measures to slightly prevent the spread and severity of the moths, as well as providing relief medication for moderate rashes in our store, this is a natural issue that is ultimately out of our control. What we can do is continue to educate our guests with the necessary information to combat this issue. As a reminder, when making the choice to camp outdoors, there is also an inadvertent choice in potential exposure to insects and animals, resulting in a lack of control to all of the repercussions of camping.