“Kick back and go fishing”
Green River State Park is the put-in point for the 120-mile float through Labyrinth and Stillwater Canyons. This section of the river is rated for beginners and intermediate boaters. This trip takes you through beautiful desert and Canyon scenery and is enjoyable to all. Green River State Park is also home to a challenging nine-hole golf course, campground with tall, shady cottonwood trees, and numerous species of birds. If fishing is your activity of choice, the Green has catfish, carp, and four unique native fish that are threatened with extinction and protected - Colorado Pike Minnow (Squawfish), Razorback Sucker, Humpback Chub, and Bonytail Chub. Anglers should release any of the unique fish.
RV Campground, dinky golf course and boat ramp. Nothing else here.
Clean and WARM showers, very nice spots, and well maintained. But two nearby train tracks will keep you up at night.
Pretty nice as far as State Parks go - and probably the nicest in Green River since there are frees and grass - and there is a park/playing area nearby. Tight quarters but doable (we have a 21ft trailer).
Nice campground and well maintained - quiet and clean. We had site #29 and was a few feet away from the bathrooms and showers.
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Green River State Park
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