From tubing on the James River to participating in a dance party, there is a lot going on at the Yogi. Some of the amenities are closed due to the disruption. The pool is open with reservation. That ended up being surprisingly convenient since the amount of pool goers is limited. We didn’t have any issues setting up a times.
The campground is divided with the store and most of the kids stuff of one side. The other side of the park offers additional lots and a playground.
The tubing trip ok. It’s slow, which is what tubing is all about, but it becomes comical when the waters deepen and the your progress slows dramatically. Still water run deep, right. I ended up paddling with my hands when we heard thunder. Of course that was just about the time it seemed like we weren’t moving. The tubing trip ends at the campground, which was convenient. It took about 3.5 hours. Don’t forget your water shoes.
Lots of stuff for kids, very close to river for tubing, reservation system in place because of Covid prevention guideline for swimming which worked out really well for kids… not many activities due to Covid, but could still swim and go to lake and hike. Store didn’t have coffee which was disappointing in the morning but other then that pretty clean and people nice.
A great place!! Right next to the James River for all of your fishing needs. Have a pool, splash pad, pond/lake with a slide, beach, inflatable obstacle course, have an arcade room, and 2 additional water slides. But what really makes this place is the staff. Rec staff had awesome activities planned and kept the kids entertained all week with kick ball and karaoke and shaving cream wiffle ball and dance parties. Definitely worth your stay if you have kids.
The kids loved the water park! So much for them to do! There were craft nights, build an ice cream sundae night, dance parties! Giant inflatable trampolines were a blast. Nearby is a wonderful park a and natural bring to tour. Really beautiful. Our site was U60. Not bad , easy to back into. Bike ride to the pool and recreation area.
Been here a few times as campers and as guests. They have play grounds, mini golf, a game room, air pillow, a pool with a kids area and water slides. If that isn’t enough, there is a lake with a big blow up slide and more in the center and also has river access. You can get free life jackets to use and can rent out boats for the river. They also do lots of activities for kids and families to participate and have fun. There is a small market on site, and a cafe with a grill. You can camp in a tent, RV/camper or you can rent a cabin. You are also right by Natural Bridge State Park and Dixie Caverns. Zoofari and more. So there is also plenty to do right around the area as well.