Just four months after the Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort in Caledonia, Wis., received approval for a bathhouse and other pool-related amenities, the park is expanding again. But this time, with non-water-related amenities, according to Lake Geneva Regional News.
The Caledonia Village Board at its meeting Monday (Aug. 2) unanimously approved a site, building and operations plan to construct approximately 100,400 square feet of recreational facilities which include a new ropes course, relocated and redesigned apple cannons, expanded pedal cart track and a new giant dry tube slide.
The ropes course is to be 47 feet high and cover an area of 22,686 square feet. Users are to wear a harness and traverse through structures such as bridges and platforms at various elevations.
The giant slide is to be two snowless tubing tracks installed side-by-side east of the ropes course, be 350 feet long and encompass 17,500 square feet in area.
Shipwreck’d Laser Tag is an existing 41,526 square-foot open field with walls for players to hide behind. The plans were included in this approval in order to give the village an overall idea of the area.
Apple cannons additionally already exist at Bear Paw Beach; they are now to be relocated and redesigned to match the Shipwreck’d theme. The new apple cannon amenity is to be a 7,000 square-foot open field with compressed-air cannons at one end that shoots apples into an open field. When apples are out of season, they will launch tennis balls.