Luray RV Resort on Shenandoah River

(2) Reviews

4253 US Highway 211 West, Luray, VA, 22835

Luray RV Resort on Shenandoah River is 100 acre retreat with 3/4 miles of riverfront along the scenic shores of the River in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley. When you stay, you will be transported to a world of family fun and relaxation. Experience the serenity of the flowing Shenandoah River and the surreal scenery of the Blue Ridge and Massanutten Mountain ranges while enjoying a modern vacation cabin rental, full hookup rv sites, or riverfront tent camping. Swim, canoe, or fish along the Shenandoah River shores. Enjoy local area attractions such as Luray Caverns, George Washington National Forest, Shenandoah National Park or Skyline Drive. Whether you are seeking a peaceful retreat, a family or friends getaway, or you are an outdoor enthusiast seeking to experience the natural wonders within the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, you will find what you are looking for at Luray RV Resort on Shenandoah River. A short ride (less than 4 miles) brings you to the quaint mountain town of Luray, Va, where you will find charming antique shops, boat rentals, zip lines, horseback riding, and fine local cuisine. Located less than a two-hour drive from Washington DC, Luray RV Resort on Shenandoah River combines the magic of a remote getaway with the convenience of a nearby highway.

Last Updated: 08/08/2023

4253 US Highway 211 West, Luray, VA, 22835
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Overall Rating: 2.5

Owners think because they are donating food and school supplies to Luray that it is ok to cut a deal with the DEQ and town to massively expand the park behind the locals backs and discharge up to 50k gallons of wastewater A DAY into the Shenandoah river at various points after filtering the physical poop out. "Let them eat cake." Won't answer the people's questions about the pollution violations from the parent company in Delaware and is a opposed to creating a riparian buffer to prevent further destruction of the local water source. Offers no discount for locals. Eyesore on the highway. These people do not eat, sleep, live, or work in Luray, they live in Ocean City MD. The whopping 45 new jobs the park promised to create via expansion that will supposedly boost our local economy pay crap and cannot feed a family. They do not care about the town they built this park and expanded in or they would fund and support a riparian buffer at the very least. Locals cannot use the park unless they camp, no discount or day passes for them. Just pollution.

Tamara S Billiot

Friendly people & very helpful, Clean & very well groomed when we got there. Fairly new campground – not many trees. They are only about 7-8’ tall and growing. Pull through’s – easy to get in and out of these sites. Back in parking / camping – some of the sites are longer than others. Tent camping , if you know someone who wants to tent camp. 30 & 50 amp electric at the pull through’s and Back-in parking, Rental – Golf carts Volleyball, Horseshoes & Badmitten – have not played any of them but have seen others playing Fishing – in pond or Shenandoah River (many frogs J ) Fire pits or areas for a fire if interested in that. Pets Welcome ( we have one dog) We stayed 5 nights. It was very nice and quiet at night while we were there. We sat outside and had a fire every night, very relaxing. Only issue we had was the mountain / hill you drive up and then down. It is about 8 miles off of Rt. 81. We came in off of Rt. 81 (Newmarket exit). The corners through town were close for us (42’ toy hauler). We had to take them wide, but it was worth it in my opinion. We didn’t see any low wires or had any trouble getting there. We have been there before but with a smaller travel trailer. Many areas around to check out like the caverns or there is some wineries around the area. Also rental places all over there for canoes, kayaks & tubes (to float down the river). - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group