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About Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Luray

Located amongst the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains, Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park™ Camp-Resort in Luray, Virginia, offers a breathtaking camping experience that the whole family will enjoy. Our 73 rolling acres are situated close to the popular Luray Caverns and scenic Shenandoah National Park. When our campers aren’t busy swimming and splashing at Yogi Bear’s Water Zone & Splashpad or zooming down our 400’ waterslide, they can enjoy the on-site mini golf, gem mining experience, arcade, pedal boats, fishing pond, two jumping pillows, daytime and nighttime Lazer Tag in the woods, outdoor sports, and playgrounds. All of our cabins and campsites take full advantage of the unparalleled setting and beautiful scenery that surrounds our park..

Operator
Private
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Features
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
WiFi
Location
Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Luray is located in Virginia
Latitude
38.6734 N
Longitude
-78.3915 W
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11 Reviews of Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Luray
Great Weekend

Took a long weekend here with our travel trailer. Lots of fun stuff to do for adults, children, and pets. Will definitely visit again!

Wonderful views

Alway fun, lots for the kids and adults to do. The view of the mountains is amazing 😊

Fun!

RV sites are pretty roomy for a Jellystone, and this place is so fun! Plus its pretty close to Luray Caverns which is a must see.

Lots of activities

Yogi Bears had so many activities the weekend we were camping our boys loved it. There is a pool with water slides, a camp ‘clubhouse’ where crafts were offered for the kids. There was a dance party win Yogi Bear and his ‘birthday’ celebration the next day with face painting and a piñata. It’s a good place to bring bikes to ride and it is also on the water. The camp store and game room are stocked. We usually do state park camping but this was a fun switch up for us and the kids still remember all the activities offered.

family friendly glamping

had to stay here for a climbing trip in the offseason when other sites in the park were closed. definitely glamping with people all around. seems like a fun time for a family.

they have a pool, pillow trampoline, playground, basketball court..

drinking water, showers and flush toilets are available if you're tent camping. there are also cabins and rv spots available.

beautiful location off the blue ridge

beautiful location, nice campground. not a lot of woods but lots to do including jumping pillows, paddle boats, swimming. the cabins are spacious and nice though you have to bring your own linens. the price is expensive during peak season and cabins are always expensive.

Amenities Galore!

Great park with plenty amenities for the kids; jumping pillows, putt-putt, pools, water slides, splash pad, multiple play grounds, and basketball courts to name a few The staff is extremely friendly. The bathrooms were clean and the water was hot. The only negative would be the camp sites are close together not offerIng alot of privacy, for that reason I‘d give it a total score of 4.5. With that being said we will be back!

beautiful views

we had a great time at Jellystone. the Mountain View is gorgeous. the sites are kept up, well equipped and the bath house is very clean. the staff are friendly and there is a large selection in the store. we were there before the water park opened for the season, but it looks fun, my daughter can’t wait to go back; there were lots of kids activities, she loves the tie dye t-shirt she made. we even saw Yogi Bear!!

Man Nature

Man made nature whats not to love

Bustling campground

When we booked our site we didn’t realize that most of the property is on a hill. Each camper was rather tight and we felt like we were staying at an RV show, that’s how crowded it felt. But as with most campgrounds, the air was filled with kids laughing and campfire smoke. We played mini golf and the course needed a lot of work. We also went to the pools. While there is two, they were extremely crowded. One of us ended up on a kiddie chair because that is all that was left. Trick is to go in the early morning and put a towel on a chair. Otherwise, good luck. The slide was fun. Also loved the big green lawn in the middle. The premium sites looked very nice but were expensive. Staff was always polite. They say that you can’t bring in firewood but we saw plenty of people did. They sold wood but very expensive.