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Green River State Park, Green River

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TripAdvisor
  • Great RV Park with its own Golf course. We stayed there for a week. Couldn't be any better, Big spaces Green Green Green. Great bathrooms and shower's We will be back  more »
  • Very enjoyable! Lady working club house very friendly and efficient. Price is perfect...$12 for 9 holes. Course in great shape and very walkable. Loved how river and other water hazards blended into c...  more »
  • So many times Green River isn't much more than a one exit blur while on your way to Moab or Colorado. However my friends and I were wanting to play in Goblin Valley and this seemed like a good place a...  more »
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  • We stayed here twice. 2 nights in late March and 3 nights in early April. The Park is beautiful and the sites are very nice. However, depending on who is working the Park will depend whether the bathrooms get cleaned and restocked. The first time everything was reasonably clean. The second time the showers were gross! Really disgusting! The town is real small and economically challenged however, the grocery store was nice and reasonable priced. Its a nice stopover between touring national parks and other location in beautiful Utah.
  • A well run park, lots of trees and grass next to a golf course. Very clean restrooms. Quiet except for the occasional train. Adjacent to the Green River with boat launch. A good alternative to Moab for camping.
  • Well kept state park campground on the river. Nice and clean. Showers. Ice. Electricity and a dump station.
  • If you're not camping here, or boating, or golfing, it's not worth visiting. You can sit at the boat dock and watch the water I guess. There was nothing for us to do here when we visited. We stayed maybe 10 minutes to walk our dog around and then left.
  • I'd really give this campground 3.5 stars. PROS: It was clean, easy to find, the sites were spaced far enough from each other, and at 10 everyone kept quiet. CONS: The showers were lukewarm at best with very little water pressure, the trains were loud and occasionally there was traffic noise from the highway, the overhead lights in the campground were very bright at night (thankfully the one next to my site was burned out), and the sprinklers on the golf course across the trail went most of the night and were loud. Overall, it was a pleasant camping experience as far as campgrounds go.