Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resorts has seen strong growth in 2018 and could be on track to set new revenue and occupancy records.
The franchise campground network reported an 11.9 per cent increase in its second quarter revenues, while its year-to-date revenues jumped 15.5 per cent over last year.
“These increases are important because they show significant growth over our 2017 figures, which set previous company records,” said Kelly Jones, vice-president of operations for Leisure Systems, the franchisor company. “We are on track to set new all-time revenue and occupancy highs for Jellystone Park locations across Canada and the U.S.”
Canada is home to six Jellystone Park franchise locations across five provinces. The newest Canadian location opened in Newfoundland earlier this year.