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Green River State Park, Green River
(3.9/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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  • Because it was a half-day horse riding and golf. Golf is a 9-hole half Corse. Is particularly nondescript green glittering in the river. Horse riding is free to ride only in the course type.
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  • Well maintained campground. Grassy flat spots for tents. Hook ups for trailers or RVs. Warm showers and clean restrooms. Friendly hosts. Definitely not roughing it, but the older I get, the more this ...  more »
  • This is a pleasant, peaceful, and pretty place to camp. It is right next to the Green River. There is a large cement boat ramp and it is fun to watch people loading up and putting in the river for riv...  more »
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  • It is a lovely park. I ate dinner outside without being eaten by bugs; maybe I got lucky and then sprayed recently. A sign up front said they are doing it routinely now. I did find the one flaw though. A train rolled through at 0317. It's not the end of the world, though it sounded like it, because I was getting up at 0330 anyways, but there you go!
  • Great campsite with nice amenities. Clean bathrooms with flushing toilets, private showers, power hookups and water at almost every site, and a camp host that stocks Coke products! We stayed at site 10 which is perfect for tent camping. Only 4 stars because it's right near active train tracks.
  • The camp grounds bathroom and showers were perfect. But the people bringing there dogs in campgrounds not cleaning up after them sucked. We have a 3 year old little girl 6 year old little boy running in an out of tents stepped in dog crap twice tracking it into tents. That sucked
  • Very well run campground. Clean restrooms and showers; neat grounds, helpful and courteous staff. A great place to plop down on some green grass and catch a shower if you're travelling I-70 or have been spending a lot of dusty days in the boonies nearby, or if you're gonna run the Green River (there's a boat launch in the Park), or if you want to use it as a base camp. Many of the sites have decent shade; some are pull-through. And although it's right next to town it's quite quiet. I'd give it 5 stars but for the lack of the scenery as compared to say the other UT state park nearby, Goblin.
  • Nice place to camp. It was flooded a few years ago, and it lost some of the amenities it used to have. Camping spots are nice, most include electric, and some have water.