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Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp-Resort, Luray

Categories: Fun & Games
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3.9/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web
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  • This campground remains one of our favorites after numerous visits. What's good: LOTS of options for kids of all ages. Rangers who keep the park trash-free and quiet during quiet hours. Friendly staff...  read more »
  • We've been to 3 different Jellystone Campgrounds in different states, but this one is a favorite! Water slides, putt putt, animal shows, and more... So much to do for the kids! 
  • We were here on a weekend in June. Really crowded, which distracted from the fun. Long lines to go down the slide or play mini-golf. I would not come here on a weekend again. 
  • Definitely the nicest Yogi Bear campground we've been to. BEAUTIFUL scenery. Nestled within the center of multiple picturesque mountains. The swimming pools and water park area are entertaining for the entire family. There are also many things to do in the surrounding areas- many of which include caverns. The only thing that's lacking is private owned restaurants, but there are a plethora of franchises. On the other hand, if you plan on staying within the campground (during the day) it's sure worth the money- even our five y/o rode down the waterslide. (for hours!!!) A fun time all around- planning on returning in the near future.
  • We had a great time! Everyone (staff) was nice and the amenities were just what we needed. We were there this past weekend (Aug 14-16) and needless to say it rained every-single-day! I was concerned about rain and called ahead of time- staff said they're a rain or shine park and as long as there's no thunder/lighting the outdoor activities will continue. Well, that's exactly what happened... made the trip much more pleasant for all of us since there was something to do at all times. Thanks for a great experience! Next time we hope to go when it's not so hot/humid/wet out. Three seemingly doable pieces of advice/requests for STAFF: 1) Please have more meet n greets with the bears and at more convenient times for small children (and in places like the rec room where we can cool down on hot days). 2) Always make sure the arcade prizes are fully stocked- we had almost nothing to pick from because your choices were practically null. The arcade is the fallback when it's literally pouring outside- it should be up to snuff at all times. 3) Have a mop or squeegee type broom hanging on a hook in the bathrooms. I would have been more than happy to assist in moving some of that wet water toward a drain if i had something available. It's really slippery and nasty after a rain and that would have made it more convenient to keep the floors less challenging (and less nasty) to walk on. Advice for future guests- Unless you are in a cabin or RV spot that is literally right next to EVERYTHING, plan on needing a golf cart. We were tent camping and in spot 43 (which isn't a bad spot), but it's FAR from everything and we learned that unless we're on top of where all the activities are, we will from now on be getting a golf cart. Our kids are under 5 and it's too much walking for younger kids to do...and it tires mom/dad out more when we have to carry them everywhere 'cuz they're too pooped to walk.
  • I did not like this. Because all the cabins were cramed up next to each other. The campsites were on gravel. Everytime the golf cars were always taken. And the pools were always so crowded. There was never any guards or anything at anything. The beds were VERY uncomfortable. The 4 person cabins didnt have a microwave for food or anything!! Neither did they have a bathroom. I was very disappointed in this trip. Also the prices are way out of the way for this kind of trip.😡
  • Beautiful park, great for the young children, travel trailer slots are fairly level and spacious, tall pine trees keep the tree trash down, employees are very friendly and helpful, bring a 50 foot coax cable for tv depending on your site, if you don't have one the convenience store at the park has them in stock, buy it there and not from nearby Walmart, it's $4 cheaper at park, no mosquitoes but knats and flies, as always bring bug spray, we had a great time.
  • The camp looks nice and the check-in experience is good. Pools are free and kinda crowded. The water slide is free and fun, but the surface on the pool bottom is rough, so if you slide in and hit the bottom you will loose some skin. Miniature golf is free, fun, awesome. But, it could need a little clean up. Plus, one side is located to another facility and it smells horrible. Showers and bathrooms are okay. Campsites are under trees and not to bad. But, a little bit more maintenance would work wonder. Now, a big one. The campsite also has groups of young teenagers coming in busses. So, stand by for some yelling and screaming of kids and counsellors. Yes, it is a campsite, however, if I hear yelling counsellors all day it becomes annoying. Raccoons and skunks are present. Yes, countryside I get it. But, offer a trash pickup or at least dumpsters so people can get rid of their trash in the evening. One time in the morning is not the best idea. The lunch with JogiBear, nice idea. But a slice of Domino pizza and a cup of fruit punch is not really cutting it. Is it cheap, no. Do you have some entertainment offered, yes. Is it perfect, no.
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