I love this park.....Joe the owner goes above and beyond to make sure your stay is the best. He even held open a spot by us until after we arrived to be sure we has easy access into our sites. He put us in buddy spots with our friends, had complementary breakfast every day and lots of teas and coffee choices all day long. This park is very clean with easy access off hwy 70 with nice wide spots. We stayed here and drove to the national parks in the area. If you stay at this park, you must eat at Ray's Travern, best hamburger even. Joe even gave all the ladies in the park a red rose for Mother's Day. My favorite park ever!!!
Stayed here during snow storm in 12/14. Roads not plowed. Was told there was a dog park but there was not one. Expensive.
Stayed for 6 nights in an RV. The back-in sites were huge with 60 feet between each site so there is lots of space for awnings, slides, and picnic tables. The staff was very friendly and and the park was clean. It as very quiet; we sat out until 10 or 11 each night and nobody else was stirring. A bonus is the Tamarisk restaurant is right next door on the river with some good food and drink for reasonable prices.
Nice Park wirh level sites and good amenities. Laundry, playground, dig area, showers all good. Within an easy drive to national Parks and lots of exploring and history. Defiantly would stay again. Friendly staff makes all the difference.
Over priced at $47 per night. Wouldn't want to be there if it rained. I'll check out the other ones next time.
At an elevation of ~4,000 here. It was a bit cool when we were here. There are a few trees around the campground wit, dirt sites and grass that was brown. It was very dusty (and windy) too. Green River is a desolate area with little to do here except ATV or perhaps mountain biking. The Wi-Fi was good and it was secure. The owner and helpers were great and offered free coffee and muffins every morning. We just used this as a base to go off to see the National Parks in the area, so other than the laundry (which was fine) we didn’t hang around much. Also, within walking distance, Tamarisk Restaurant has very good food, view of the river and nice atmosphere. I would stay here again if I were in the area again.
A bit pricey for what's offered. Staff was friendly, and park was clean. WiFi didn't work, no cable hookup at our site. No laundry or grocery store. Green River looks a dying town, several abandoned businesses left to decay. Won't be staying again.
OK for overnight but pricy for desolate location .
OK for a one-night stop, passing through on our way north. A little pricey for basics with no ambiance. Staff friendly.
This is one of those places where the staff is tremendous! Loved the information they gave me about what and where to go in the area. Loved the free coffee and the continental breakfast offered. We will be back!
Good stay for a night or two. The spaces are average in size and they have a pool. The WiFi was not good and water pressure was low. The best feature is the Tamarisk Restaurant is next door and it is really good.
The restaurant next door is decent. They just finished fencing in an off leash dog run and it is very large. No grass in it, however. We stayed just one night on our way to Colorado and the electrical hookups are fine, we had a pull through and no one near us. However, we are here during the week and after school started. If this campground was full, it looks like it would be too close for our tastes. Looked like a nice pool, but didn't use it. Nice worker in the office. Would stay here again on my way through.
Stayed 8 nights to see sights in Moab. It rained while we were there and twice we had a Lake right in front of RV. We were told there was nothing they could do about it. Cable, forget it. Picture all snowy. Nothing they could do about that either. Tent sites are the only nice sites. Bathroom was clean.
Nice end to the scenic drive up from Bryce Canyon. Restaurant near by