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Jellystone Park at Natural Bridge

16 Recreation Lane
Natural Bridge Station, VA 24579
No Email Address
3 Reviews
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Stayed here for an overnight stay. Got off route 81 at exit 175. Roads were very narrow and winding. Campground was quite a ride from route 81. Too far from interstate for overnight stay. Campground was okay except no lighting on upper level at night. Need a good flashlight to walk pets.

Received from Janet for visit in May 2013

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Stay Again? NO
put us on hill across major road from every thing. very dark.nothing to do.building new cabins, alot of yelling and banging very early in morning. showers & bathhouse dirty(same trash,dirt,leaves all over floor all 4 days we were there.)spoke to owners, said someone would get to it, but never did.staff unfriendly, have to wait while they talk on cell phone.owners are rude and mean when you complain

Received from for visit in Apr 2010

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Stay Again? NO
We had a bad start with this campground, but ultimately enjoyed ourselves. We camped following the July 4th holiday 2006. When I called to make my reservations I was told that we were getting a water front site, and this was very specifically discussed as my husband is semi-disabled due to a back injury and the person taking the reservations assured me that he would be able to fish from our campsite. We had also been told that we could rent a golf cart when we arrived. When we arrived we found a very small postage stamp sized lot,on a dry creek bed, less than 10 feet from a major road that was overtaken by the neighboring campers, leaving us perplexed as to where our campsite was. And were at that time informed that the golf cart needed to be reserved when we made reservations (which we were prepared to do, but were told they don't do that). We were treated very rudely when we returned to the office to explain our perplexion. The lady at the front desk jumped on a golf cart, road to the campsite, and threw the other campers wet clothes down, and drug the picnic table over a few feet and proclaimed that was our site. And when we asked about the water front and fishing she said "when did you make your reservations?". I explained that we had made late reservations (only a few days notice, but had been assured that a suitable site was available). And she basically said "it doesn't matter what anyone told you, this is what you get when you wait till the last minute to make reservations". Well, I didn't sleep the entire stay, imagine trying to sleep in a ravine all night with cars speeding a few feet above your head in a tent. We even tried moving our tent after the first night to no avail. Besides not getting what I had expected, my next biggest gripe would be that the campsite is divided by a main public road, and you have to cross this road in order to get to most of the ammenities, which meant even my older children could not so much as walk to the bathroom without supervision or a ride. As kids will however,THEY made the best of it. My 4 year old loved all of the Yogi crafts and activities, and woke up every morning to make the flag raising ceremony, and in the evening had to go on the wagon ride. My older boys loved fishing the trout pond (must pay for what you catch), and tubing the river. And we all enjoyed the sandy beach, game room and holiday fireworks. Also the area attractions were a positive, we went to see the Natural Bridge, the wax museum, the monster museum, Foamhedge, and the Safari. I'd probably be willing to give this location another shot, but I would be sure to book in advance and I saved my campsite map so I could see where they plan to put us in advance.


Received from Anon for visit in Jul 2006

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Stay Again? YES

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