This is a real fun place for sure. Lots to do and all included in the steep price. Our site was nice enough. They have a good area for popups which we liked. Tough being lumped in with rv's and need a little more than tent sites. They were close together though. The facilities were clean and functional. Many amenities closed by 8, too early for a pool and slide to close in summer time. The one thing I'd warn against would be the weekend clientele. We've traveled all over the US and when Saturday hit at yogis we ran into some real winners for patrons. This is not the fault of the resort, just a product of location and the type of place it is and the people it can attract. Just an FYI.
As for any reports of flies, sure we saw flies a few times when food was out (it's the woods) but when the food was gone, so were the flies. Not an issue.
- 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