We spent four nights in a skyline view cabin and had a great time. The cabin was clean and cool. The AC worked very well. There were a few flies, but our sons (ages 9 and 11) were on a mission to swat them! The flies did not affect our fun! The activities at this campground were abundant! All activities started on time. My boys loved playing laser tag in the woods, tie dying shirts/pillowcases,and playing crab soccer, kickball, and dodgeball. The waterslide was so much fun! Even I couldn't get enough! The two pools were refreshing. Yogi, Cindy, and Boo Boo Bear make several appearances a day and pose for pictures. My boys caught four fish rather quickly which was a highlight! We loved playing mini golf and riding the pedal boats. There was so much to do at this campground! Yes, you have to pay $17 per person for a wristband to participate in the activities, but it is definitely worth it. The camp store was very reasonable priced and the staff was so nice and helpful! We were sad to leave and are already looking forward to coming back next year!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A family-friendly private campground close to Shenandoah National Park and Luray Caverns. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Yogi Bear Jellystone Park Hotel Luray