July 15, 2003
On the right hand side of the Ranger Station is the snack bar. If you don’t feel like cooking over the open flame of your fire pit, you can order up some omelets for breakfast, indulge in a chicken or Rueben sandwich for lunch, or order pizza for dinner and have it delivered right to your campsite. The food is nothing to brag about, but it is okay and hits the spot when all the ice has melted and you just want to get the kids something quick to eat.
Many of the activities award prizes to the winner of the game. We won a free Frushee with a souvenir cup, which is like a slurpee, and a free ice cream sundae. I think the ice cream sundaes are the best deal, even if you have to pay for them. They are only $2.25 and you get a huge scoop of real vanilla ice-cream with your choice of hot fudge, strawberry, butterscotch or caramel. If you get it loaded, it comes topped with whipped cream, a cherry, sprinkles, and nuts. The one we won was big enough for one child and two adults to split.
From journal Camping at Jellystone