Great campground. All spots are pull through and most are nicely shaded. Very nice dog park. Showers facilities are very clean.
Close to canyonlands and right off 70. Grass, trees, flat sites, pretty river. Helpful staff. Stop early -- full midweek. $30 for electric and water, 21 for dry site. Dump on site. Boat ramp and 9 hole golf course.
Great park. $30 includes tax for water and electric. No wifi, good cell coverage. 32 strong channels over air. Dump station.
Very nice and well kept park. $30 per night Not many pull throughs. Well kept washrooms and most sites have decent shade. Ranger was very friendly and helpful. Nice looking little golf course next door for about $10 but did not play it - next time
Clean, quiet, trees, space between spots.
Have been here 3 times. Not far from Moab, tour Arches National Park and stay in Green River. Paved sites mostly level with plenty of shade and now have electricity and water. Dump station in the park. Clean restrooms and showers. Visit the John Westley Powell Museum in Green River, worth seeing.
Nice park right in town. Plenty of shade and grass. Sites are asphalt and fairly level. Most sites are back in. No wifi but very strong 4G mobile signal for hot spot. Most sites don't have connectable water...faucets are shared with other campers. We ran a hose and filled our water tank and used it. Sites DO NOT have sewer hoookup but dump station is well maintyained and accessible. Nice showers and restrooms. Golf course is part of the park. Town hs little to offer, many businesss ae shuttered and gone, but Ace hardware is half a mile away, on Main Street. Decent grocery store about a mile away. We stayed here in a 35 ft Class A.
Only electric but each site had a really nice picnic table and barbecue grill and fire pit. Beautiful trees and green grass.
A simple park where most of the spots are back in and mostly level. Not a place if you want amenities. The rate, $20 to $28, is fair. Each site has electrical power and that is it. The bathrooms are clean, but simple. Lots of trees and grass. The spaces are apart from each other so you are not staying right next to other campers. A good stopping place in the middle of Utah on I-70.
Very nice park with electric and water. Lots of trees and some grass. It was a very nice place to stay. Will stay again when we pass through this way.
We were quite happy with this place. Very quiet except for the midnight train, but no biggie! My grandsons had fun playing in the river. Very clean sites, restrooms and showers. Will stay here again.
Great Stay at the Green River. Well Maintained State Park: River access, golf club, roomy, level macadam sites. pump out nearby, shady tree canopy, cement picnic table areas with bbq pit. Grocery store near by very freshly stocked. ACE Hardware Store nearby with inventory to finish any project you have time to do. Family Restaurant nearby with open atmosphere and really good food. Tamarisk, riverside dining. $6 RV Truck Wash in town, great at&t and verizon cell service, and hd antenna picked up 20+ hd quality channels, laundry intown, nice stop over between national parks or for Holiday River Rafting adventures.
First time at a state park, no frills but pleasant. Showers weren t amazing but hot water at least. No wifi (no frills). A dump station but not sewer hookup at each site which isn t a big deal. Friendly Park ranger.
Pride in maintaining a peaceful, beautiful campground shows. (I wish I'd booked a full week.) The hosts are exceptionally friendly & helpful. Many of the sites are available by "walk-ups".
Very nice park on the Green River, no sewer hook up but it was fine fir our one night ... I would stay here again