About Green River Campground
A verdant oasis in the midst of Utah’s desert, Green River Campground provides sites shaded by tall cottonwoods on the river bank—perfect if you find yourself in Utah during the hotter months of the year. Several groups can rest up here before launching onto boat trips along the Labrynth or Stillwater Canyons, and some may want to take on a few rounds of golf on the nine-hole course surrounding the camp. Arguably the area’s coolest attraction, though, is the dinosaur quarry five miles away, where you can see actual dinosaur bones encased in the bedrock.
None of the sites are directly on the river, but some are closer than others, and a few are on the shore of a nearby pond. Sites host eight people max, so if you’re in a big group, try to get a few sites close together, or seek out Split Mountain Group Camp down the road. Either way, you’re guaranteed great views of both the river and the mountains!
- Listing type: Public
- No. of sites: 37
- Phone: (435)564-3633
- Accessible by: Drive
- Accommodation: Tent Only, Tent, Vehicles & RVs, Cabins & Lodging
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Great State Park CG not far off of I-70. Good place to spend a night if you're on your way east or west. Adjacent to Green River town, so food, fuel and sundries are readily at hand. Quiet, a little tightly-packed, but fine for an overnight. Showers are great! Utah State Parks are cheap and in some respects better equipped than the Nat'l Parks!