Green River State Park

Green River State Park

Utah DNR LogoRest under a canopy of cottonwood trees or accept the challenge of a nine-hole golf course on the banks of the Green River. Annual events include the 184-mile Friendship Cruise and Melon Days.

The park is also a popular starting point for boaters adventuring through Labyrinth and Stillwater canyons. There is information about Labyrinth Canyon that you should know if you’re planning a float trip; you will also need the Labyrinth Canyon Non-commercial River Trip Permit.

Rest under a canopy of cottonwood trees or accept the challenge of a nine-hole golf course on the banks of the Green River. Annual events include the 184-mile Friendship Cruise and Melon Days.The park is also a popular starting point for boaters adventuring through Labyrinth and Stillwater canyons.  There is information about Labyrinth Canyon that you should know if you’re planning a float trip; you will also need the Labyrinth Canyon Non-commercial River Trip Permit.


Lat/Long (WGS84)
38° 59.383′ N
110° 9.263′ W

Park Hours:
Summer – 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Winter – 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Holiday Closures: None

Day Visits:
$5 Day-Use Pass – includes use of boat ramps and day-use facilities
$75 Annual Pass – available at the park

Group Day Use:
Group Site 1: $2 per person (25 person min – 50 max – 10 vehicles or 6 RVs max) (reserve through park)
Group Site 2: $2 per person (15 person min – 30 max – 6 vehicles or 3 RVs max) (reserve through park)

Overnight Camping:
Main Campground: $16  (restrooms will be closed from Dec 1 until Late Feb or Early Mar)

Group Overnight Camping:
Group Campground 1: $3 per person (25 person min – 50 max – 10 vehicles or 6 RVs max)
Group Campground 2: $3 per person (15 person min – 30 max – 6 vehicles or 3 RVs max)

Location:
Located within the city limits of Green River, Utah just off Interstate 70.

Green River State Park

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