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Luray – Luray, VA

2250 US Hwy 211 East
Luray, VA 22835

GPS: Lat: 38.673542 – Lng: -78.391632

Dates Open: Mar 27 to Nov 30

Direct Phone: (540) 216-2099
Direct Toll-Free: (800) 420-6679




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Located at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains, this Virginia campground features cabin rentals, tent sites and RV camping. Activities around the park include visiting Luray Caverns, Shenandoah National Park or take a trip down scenic Skyline Drive.

Campground Awards

Office Hours

Excellence Award

Pinnacle Club

Outstanding Customer Service

Recreation Award

Facility Of The Year

Woodalls 4w/5w

In Season: 8am-9pm Daily; Off Season: 9am-4pm Daily


3 miles E of Luray between Luray Caverns & Skyline Dr. From I-81, exit 264, go E 20 miles on US 211. From Washington D.C., I-66 W to Gainesville, Rt 29 S to Warrenton, US 211 W to Luray.

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Sites & Rentals

  • 64 Cabins
  • 10 Primitive Sites
  • 60 W/E Sites
  • 120 Full Hook Up W/E/S Sites
  • 190 Sites

Water Fun

  • Paddleboat Rentals
  • Waterslide
  • 2 Swimming Pools


  • Ballfield
  • Basketball Court
  • Planned activities
  • Fishing Pond
  • Gameroom
  • Golf Cart Rentals
  • Horseshoes
  • Jumping Pillow (one for small children under 6 another for children over 7)
  • Mini-Golf
  • Playground
  • Volleyball


  • Cable tv
  • Gift shop
  • Ice
  • Propane
  • Snack bar
  • Firewood
  • Free Wireless Internet (Wi-Fi)
  • General Store

Nearby (within 30 Minutes)

  • Boating

Indoor Pool







Kiddie Pool

Jumping Pillow

Gem Mining

Golf Cart Rentals


Train Ride

Fire Truck Ride

Wagon Ride

Pedal Cart Rentals



Hiking/Walking Trails

Biking Trails

Basketball Court

Volleyball Court

Ball Field

Dog Run/Park

Laser Tag

Calendar of Events


March 29 – 30

Wake Up the Bears/Two For One Weekend


April 05 – 06

Wacky Weird Science Weekend

April 13 – 13

Yogi Bear’s Birthday Celebration

April 14 – 20

Easter Egg-stravaganza

April 21 – 27

Spring Fling Week


May 03 – 05

Fiesta Weekend/Yogi Bear’s Water Zone Opens

May 10 – 11

Mother’s Day Weekend

May 17 – 18

Pirate Adventure Weekend

May 23 – 26

Memorial Day Weekend

May 26 – June 01

Fishing Tournament Week


June 02 – 08

Boo Boo’s Birthday Celebration

June 09 – 15

Father’s Day Week

June 16 – 22

Boo Boo’s Dino-riffic Expedition

June 23 – 29

Awesome Eighties Week

June 30 – July 06

Patriotic Week


July 07 – 13

Christmas in July Week

July 14 – 20

Feeling Groovy Week

July 21 – 26

Scare Factor Week

July 28 – August 03

Wild West Week


August 04 – 10

Kids Revenge Week

August 11 – 17

Tropical Island Celebration

August 18 – 24

Wacky Olympics Week

August 25 – September 01

Labor Day Week


September 06 – 07

Superhero Weekend/Cornhole Tournament

September 13 – 14

Cindy Bear’s Birthday Weekend

September 20 – 20

Pumpkin Patch Weekend

September 26 – 27

Halloween Weekend I


October 03 – 05

Halloween Weekend II

October 11 – 12

Heritage Festival Weekend

October 17 – 19

Halloween Weekend III

October 24 – 26

Halloween Weekend IV

October 30 – November 02

Halloween Weekend V


November 08 – 08

Yogi Bear’s Pajama Party Weekend


*Events are subject to change. Please contact the park directly for event details.*

  • Campsites $37-$69 for 2 adults and 2 children
  • Cabins $55-$250 for 2 adults and 2 children
  • $10 extra adult, $5 extra child age 5+
  • Advance deposit with reservation
  • 3-day minimum holidays, payable in advance

Discounts: Senior Citizen 10% discount, Military discount 25% off the weekend of September 8

Age Restrictions: Must be 18 to rent a cabin or campsite. Must be 21 years to rent a golf cart/18 to drive (with valid drivers license)

Pet Policy: Pets not allowed in rental units.

  • Luray Caverns

    Discover Eastern America’s largest and most popular caverns. A U.S. Natural Landmark noted for the profuse variety of formations and natural color. From well-lighted, paved walkways explore cathedral sized rooms with ceilings 10 stories high filled with towering stone columns and crystal-clear pools. Also, hear the haunting sounds of the world’s only Stalacpipe Organ. In addition at Luray Caverns, experience the history of America in an exhibit featuring over 140 items relating to transportation including cars, carriages, coaches and costumes from 1725; along with a one acre ornamental garden creating one of the largest mazes in the Mid-Atlantic states.

  • Shenandoah National Park

    Shenandoah National Park lies astride a beautiful section of the Blue Ridge, which forms the eastern rampart of the Appalachian Mountains between Pennsylvania and Georgia. In the valley to the west is the Shenandoah River, from which some feel the Park gets its name, and between the north and south forks of the river is Massanutten, a 40 mile long mountain. To the east is the rolling Piedmont country. Providing vistas of the spectacular landscape is Skyline Drive, a winding road that runs along the crest of this portion of the Blue Ridge Mountains through the length of the Park.

  • Luray Zoo

    The Luray Zoo, formerly the Luray Reptile Center, is nestled in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley. The Zoo is well known for it’s personable atmosphere and loads of animal fun! It also boasts one of the best snake collections on the East Coast, has an interactive petting zoo, live educational animal shows, and mammals and exotic birds from around the world.