Green River State Park RV & Campground Guide


Green River State Park is a small oasis in the center of the Utah desert. This is the starting point for many river-rafting adventures. From here, you can raft more than 120 miles through some of the most spectacular desert scenery in the United States. If you’d prefer to enjoy the water from the shore, the park offers a golf course, world-class bird-watching, and plenty of fishing opportunities. Green River State Park sits near some of the most remarkable landscapes in Utah, making it an ideal base camp. Moab, which is home to Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park, lies just 53 miles away, and Grand Junction, Colorado, is about 100 miles east.

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Spring 30-70 F
Summer 55-98 F
Fall 25-70 F
Winter 12-45 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Green River State Park

As you’re planning a vacation to Green River State Park, an RV rental from RVshare is a perfect way to upgrade the experience. Your motorhome provides a comfortable respite from the intense summer heat and the chilly winter winds.

Green River State Park Campground

Enjoy views of the Green River from your campsite when you stay at the Green River State Park Campground. This beautiful spot offers shaded sites, many of which have been upgraded to include electricity and water hookups. A short walk away, you’ll have access to bathrooms with hot showers. Bring your kayaks or canoes; the park’s boat launch is just minutes away, so you can paddle the calm waters at any time. Rates start at $35 per night, and extra vehicles are $15 per night.

Shady Acres RV Park

Shady Acres RV Park is located just 1 mile from Green River State Park, making it the perfect alternative when all of the park’s sites are full. Campsites here offer stunning views of the mountains and plenty of shade. With 16 acres of space, your crew will have plenty of room for walking and bike riding. Bring your big rig with confidence. Many sites are more than 100 feet long and all offer pull-through access, so parking is a breeze. Every site comes with full hookups and free Wi-Fi for a comfortable and relaxing trip. Within the park, you’ll find bathrooms, hot showers, and an area for pets. Sites start at $43 per night.

iCamp Green River

Located just over a mile from the park, iCamp Green River is another beautiful option in town. Here, full hookups and free Wi-Fi enable you to enjoy your RV to the fullest. If you’re coming with a group, you’ll appreciate the sparkling-clean bathrooms, shower, and laundry room. The office even offers free coffee every morning. Choose from both back-in and pull-through sites, some up to 70 feet long. Rates range from $35 to $41 per night, plus tax.

Green River KOA Journey

Find a comfortable spot to kick back after a day in the desert at Green River KOA Journey. It offers full hookups, a swimming pool, cable TV, and free Wi-Fi, so you’ll always have something to do. If you’re bringing a pet, there’s even a dog park. With sites up to 80 feet long and on-site propane, the KOA is ideal for RVs. If you want to get active, rent a bike right from the park office. Prices vary based on size and amenities. Some sites offer fire pits, a patio, and seating.

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Green River State Park

Inside Green River State Park

Many visitors come to Green River State Park to access the Green River. Bring your own boat or book a day trip with a local outfitter. Within the park boundaries, you’ll also find a nine-hole golf course. Bring your tackle box, get a Utah fishing license, and cast off from the shore to catch pike, catfish, carp, and more. If you’re in the mood to relax, the expansive park grounds offer plenty of opportunities for picnicking, sports, biking, and more.

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How to Get to
Green River State Park

Green River State Park is located right off of Interstate 70 in Utah. If you’re driving down from Salt Lake City or Provo, you can take Highway 6 and Highway 191 to I-70.

Entering Green River State Park

Green River State Park is open every day of the year. In the summer, the park hours are 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. In the winter, the park is open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Green River State Park Per vehicle, Utah resident : $5.0

Green River State Park Per vehicle, Utah resident 62+ : $3.0

Green River State Park Per vehicle, non-Utah resident : $7.0

Green River State Park Per vehicle, non-Utah resident 62+ : $4.0

Whether you’re planning a relaxing camping trip or a wild river adventure, Green River State Park is the perfect destination. Are you planning a trip to the park? Tag RVshare when you post to Facebook or Instagram or send your favorite snapshots and RVing tips to [email protected].

Frequently Asked Questions About Green River State Park

What is the climate of Green River State Park?

Green River State Park has hot summers and cold winters. Summertime temperatures can reach as high as 98 degrees Fahrenheit, and it can get as cold as 12 degrees during winter. The area is arid most of the year.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Green River State Park?

The campground found at Green River State Park contains a total of 38 designated RV campsites. There are 34 RV sites with full hookups and four sites with only electrical and water hookups.

Are pets allowed at Green River State Park?

You're welcome to bring your pets along to Green River State Park. However, you must keep your dogs leashed at all times and always clean up after them. Don't leave dogs tied up at campgrounds.

What is the best time of year to visit Green River State Park?

Unless you enjoy extreme heat, you should visit Green River State Park during spring or fall. That way, you can enjoy activities like fishing, golfing, and boating in the warm, pleasant weather.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Green River State Park?

Green River State Park is a popular spot for bird-watching enthusiasts. Some of the area's inhabitants include American robins, northern flickers, great horned owls, western screech owls, common ravens, white-crowned sparrows, and many more.