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TX: Lone Star Jellystone to host Thanksgiving

WALLER, Texas — Lone Star Jellystone invites you and your family to join them for Thanksgiving. Lone Star will supply the turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, if you bring a side dish to share.

Please Note: Lone Star would like to make sure it has plenty of turkey and the trimmings, so please take a minute and email to let Lone Star know how many will be attending.

In addition, these special prices will help make this an affordable weekend:
All these prices are for TWO NIGHTS.

  • Any Tent site, only…$49/stay
  • Any RV Site, only…$69/stay
  • All Boo Boo Cabins, only…$99/stay
  • The Cabin of our choice, only…$199/stay

If that’s not exciting enough, get half off wristbands, only $4/person per night.

This is a limited offer so call now to reserve your space: (979) 243-2534!

The event is available for the following weekends:

  • Nov 9-11,
  • Nov 16-18,
  • Nov 30-Dec 2,
  • Dec 7-9 and
  • Dec 14-16.

Looking for a special place to enjoy “ringing in” 2019? Lone Star would also like to invite your family to spend New Years weekend with its  Jellystone family.

All these prices are for four nights, Dec 28,2018 thru Dec 31, 2018

  • Any Tent site, only…$98/stay
  • Any RV Site, only…$138/stay
  • All Boo Boo Cabins, only…$198/stay
  • The Cabin of our choice, only…$398/stay
  • Plus 1/2 off wristbands, only $4/person per night.

Book your reservation to get on the party list!
Call (979) 243-2534

SOURCE: Lone Star Jellystone press release

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Ronnie Wendt is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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