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Green River State Park, Green River

Categories: State Parks, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
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  • The campground was shaded and had all trailer hookups. Very spacious sites. Bathrooms and showers nearby. Located right on golf course. 
  • Well... 20 of us showed up last min and the camp host was great working with us to make it work. It was slightly noisy due to a dog barking, but I don't think the camp had control over it. The ladies ...  read more »
  • Always enjoy staying at the State Park in Green River. And if you have an extra day and a bit of an adventure in mind, follow the brochure directions or online details going to the "Little Grand Canyo...  read more »
  • 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.
  • We had a reservation at the Green River State Park from June 22-25. We left a day earlier due to MOSQUITOS! The mosquitos were vicious. I had a group site and a single site. I spent $294 for 'mosquito heaven' . We had 28 people there for a family reunion. In the early morning and early evening the mosquitos came out in force! Old and young got bitten through their clothes and anywhere they could find a place. Just over night, one grandkid got 34 mosquito bites. Several had an allergy to mosquito bites and they had large swollen bites on their arms, face, and legs. According to a person in the city, they had only sprayed ONCE instead of 4 times like they did last year by this time. The Camp Host blamed the county and the BLM. I got only $60 refunded for cancelling the last night. But we could not take the bites any longer. We believe there should have been a warning. We purchased over $40 of repellent and candles etc. at the local store to try to control the mosquitos. Nothing worked
  • 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
  • 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.
  • The park rangers were courteous and very helpful. The camping was great, the showers and restrooms were great, fishing from the park in the Green River was great, and the price was reasonable. We had a great time!
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