Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Luray

(1) Review

2250 US Highway 211 East, Luray, VA, 22835

Located amongst the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains, Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park™ in LURAY, VIRGINIA offers an inspiring CAMPING EXPERIENCE the whole family will enjoy. Our 73 SCENIC acres are situated just down the road from the popular LURAY CAVERNS™ and breathtaking SHENANDOAH NATIONAL PARK – offering day trip options for those wanting to explore our surrounding areas. When our campers aren’t busy swimming and splashing at Yogi Bear’s Water Zone & Splash Pad or zooming down our BRAND-NEW WATER SLIDES (COMING SUMMER 2018), they can enjoy the 18-hole MINI GOLF COURSE, gem mining experience, arcade, PEDAL BOATS, fishing pond, jumping pillows, LAZER TAG, outdoor movie theater, sports facilities, playgrounds, and so much more!

Located on 2250 US Highway 211 East in Luray, VA lies the Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park at Luray. This campground includes .

Last Updated: 06/22/2021

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Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park™ in Luray, Virginia

30 Amps

50 Amps

ADA Accessible


Big Rig Friendly

Cable Hookups

Community Restrooms

Community Showers

Community Water Fountain

Laundry Facilities

Pet Friendly

Picnic Table

Sewer Hookups

Trash Service

Water Hookups



Fire Ring / Grill

RV Hookup





Historic Sightseeing

Mini Golf

Scenic Drives


Swimming Outdoors


Big Rig Friendly


Family Friendly

Pet Friendly


Mobile Home Community

LGBTIQ Friendly

2250 US Highway 211 East, Luray, VA, 22835
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There’s so much to do here at Jellystone Park™, you may never want to leave. But our family vacation resort is also a great “home base” for those who want to explore attractions in the surrounding area.


Discovered by men that set out in the late 1800’s to find a cave in the hopes of developing a tourist attraction, people even back then came by the hundreds to see what was called the “Discovery of the Century.” Today, half a million people per year take hour-long tours of the caverns where stalactites and stalagmites abound. The dripping water in the cavern continues to form these natural wonders at a rate of one cubic inch every 120 years.



Shenandoah National Park has something for everyone. The most popular hike leads to the area’s 14 waterfalls. Other hikes lead to places of historical interest within the Park. The most popular of these are old, pioneer homes, churches and cemeteries. Many of these homes are in ruins, but enough remain intact that hikers are treated to a bit of early Americana, and a taste of days gone by when they come across these relics of the past. You can even retrace the path that Confederate General Stonewall Jackson and his troops used to cross the mountain from west to east, on his way to Fredericksburg. Some of the trails are easy enough to hike through with most family members. They’ll be amazed at the panoramic views, the deep canyons, the amazing sights, and general beauty of the area.



Luray Zoo is home to over 250 animals, and is the only true rescue zoo in Virginia! The zoo is privately owned and operated by Mark and Christine Kilby. Luray Zoo receives no government funding. All admission, gift shop sales, donations, and outreach programs fees goes directly to help support and care for all the animals at Luray Zoo. The Zoo receives animals that are retired zoo animals, unwanted pets, confiscations, and sadly occasionally abused animals.



Test your agility on the high ropes course, soar through the trees on the zip line, or climb the three-story climbing wall! Located within walking distance to the park it’s the perfect afternoon activity! 

Overall Rating: 1.0

John L

Very dirty campground with trash left in many firepits along with dozens (maybe 100s) of slushy cups disgarded throughout the facility. Staff is rude and non responsive. Pool has no life guards and staff monitoring that area spent much of thier time texting. There seemed to be general dicord in the entire staff likely caused by the poor management of the facility as a whole. There were absolutely no COVID precautions or cleaning performed as stated on thier website.