Green River State Park

 

Description

Green River State Park is an oasis on the bank of the Green River where tall cottonwood trees shade well-manicured lawns. The park is a favorite embarkation point for river trips through Labyrinth and Stillwater canyons and is a good base for seeing much of southeastern Utah. Within a two-hour drive are Arches, Canyonlands, and Capitol Reef national parks; Dead Horse Point and Goblin Valley state parks; Lake Powell; the San Rafael Reef; and Horseshoe Canyon. The park is the beginning point for the annual 180-mile Friendship Cruise.

Green River State Park is just off Interstate 70 in Green River City. Facilities include a 42-unit campground, hot showers, modern rest rooms, group-use pavilion, amphitheater for interpretive programs and boat launching ramp. A new nine-hole golf course with its meandering fairways, lakes and traps is challenging and fun for all levels of golfers.

Park Information
  •   Acres - 53
  •   Elevation - 4,100 ft.
  •   Park Open - All Year
  •   Stay Limit - 14 Days
  •   Total Units - 42
  •   RV Trailer Sites - 42
  •   Tent Sites - 40
  •   Camping Fee - $16
  •   Group Camping
  •   Day-use Fee - $5
  •   Picnicking
  •   Group Pavilion
  •   Drinking Water
  •   Modern Rest Rooms
  •   Showers
  •   Waste Disposal
  •   Boating
  •   Fishing
  •   Golfing
  •   Hiking Trails Nearby
  •   Biking Trails Nearby
  •   Off-Highway Vehicle Trails Nearby
  •   Winter Activities - Camping

 

Camping Reservations

Reservations may be made by calling Utah State Parks and Recreation, 322-3770 in the Salt Lake City calling area or toll-free 1-800-322-3770, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. 

  

   

Green River State Park
P.O. Box 637
Green River, Utah 84525-0637
(435) 564-3633
Golf (435) 564-8882

For more information visit the Utah State Parks website