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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Nearby Cities
Moab, UT
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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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What to Do at
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.

Outside Green River State Park

Green River State Park is in a relatively remote part of Utah, but you’ll find plenty to do within an hour’s drive. If you’re willing to make the trip, some of the state’s most spectacular spots are within reach. Plus, since the park is in the middle of the small town of Green River, there’s a decent selection of restaurants nearby.


Tamarisk Restaurant

Dine with a gorgeous river view at the colorful Tamarisk Restaurant, which is just a few minutes from Green River State Park. With a menu that includes classics like pancakes, salads, and sandwiches, this contemporary diner has something for everyone.

Type: American

Location: 1710 E Main St., Green River, UT 84525

Ray’s Tavern

With its dive-bar atmosphere and a menu that includes burgers, steaks, and other pub dishes, Ray's Tavern is a relaxed spot to cool off after a day in the sun.

Type: American pub

Location: 25 S Broadway, Green River, UT 84525

West Winds Restaurant

Located in a truck stop, the West Winds Restaurant is a fun, buzzing diner with a family-friendly vibe. The menu is huge, so you can pick from dishes ranging from Mexican burritos to classic omelets.

Type: American

Location: 1065 E Main St., Green River, UT 84525

Tacos La Pasadita

Grab fast, fresh Mexican food from this low-key spot, which serves everything from tacos to burritos. Dine outdoors or take your food to go.

Type: Mexican

Location: 215 E Main St., Green River, UT 84525

Green River Coffee Co.

Fuel up for a day on the water at the Green River Coffee Co., which offers all-day breakfast and light lunch options.

Type: Coffeehouse

Location: 25 E Main St., Green River, UT 84525


Melon Vine Food Store

Located right in Green River, Melon Vine Food Store is a convenient spot to stock up on groceries for your RV camping trip.

Location: 80 S Broadway, Green River, UT 84525

Green River Thrift Store

Hunt for antiques and other bargain treasures at the cozy Green River Thrift Store, which offers a wide selection. It’s operated by a nonprofit, so your purchase helps the local community.

Location: 295 Main St., Green River, UT 84525

Vetere Melons

Pick up fresh fruits and vegetables at Vetere Melons, which sits just off of I-70.

Location: 01-0152-0013, Green River, UT 84525

Short Stop

This small convenience store is a handy spot to pick up sodas, snacks, and other small items for your trip.

Location: 1224 E Main St., Green River, UT 84525


John Wesley Powell River History Museum

Learn about the history of the Green River and the local area at John Wesley Powell River History Museum in Green River, which offers a series of thoughtful exhibits. Plan to spend about an hour, and feel free to bring your little ones.

Location: Green River, UT

Bike the Athena Trail

Bring plenty of water and head out into the desert with your mountain bike on the Athena Trail, which offers a huge variety of terrain just a few minutes from Green River. Power across slickrock, ride rocky trails, and enjoy the gorgeous views in every direction.

Location: Green River, UT

Crystal Geyser

Drive about 10 miles south of Green River to the Crystal Geyser, which shoots water high above the earth’s surface. Eruptions are somewhat erratic, so it’s a good idea to stop in the visitor information center in town to find out the likely schedule during your visit.

Location: Green River, UT

Arches National Park

Located about 50 miles from Green River State Park near Moab, Arches National Park is well worth a day trip. Hike to delicate sandstone arches, wander through red-rock canyons, and enjoy some of the most remarkable scenery in the area. Or simply enjoy the views from your vehicle as you drive the park road.

Location: Moab, UT

Dead Horse Point State Park

Check out one of the most iconic views in Utah from Dead Horse Point State Park. Here, the Colorado River has cut deep, winding canyons through the desert. Mountain biking and hiking are also abundant within the park, which sits about 60 miles from Green River near Moab.

Location: Moab, UT

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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 memories@rvshare.com.