Green River State Park, Utah

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Green River State Park

Golf, camping, fishing, boating, and hiking are just some of the activities that attract outdoor enthusiasts to Green River State Park in Green River, Utah. Read More

  • Green River is the launch site for the Memorial Day Friendship Cruise.
  • Bike, golf, camp, hike, or boat at Green River State Park.
  • The fantastic 9 hole golf course is great family fun.
  • The park has 42 camp sites with modern amenities.
  • Enjoy a show at the outdoor ampitheater. 


Situated along the Green River, within hours of Canyonlands, Lake Powell, Goblin Valley, and Dead Horse , the park has 53 acres of manicured property with great activities for the whole family. Camp overnight, or visit just for the day to picnic in the pavilions, golf, hike, bike, or enjoy a show at the amphitheater.

Location & Information

Green River State Park is in Green River City, Utah, just off of Interstate 70. Call 435-564-3633 for more information, or to make reservations. The park is open from 6 a.m-10 p.m in the summer time and from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. in the winter.


Sand traps, ponds, and river frontage make the park's manicured 9-hole golf course fun for the whole family. Closed on Christmas and New Years, the course is open the rest of the year, unless it snows. Call 435-564-8882 with questions about weather conditions, or to reserve a Tee time.


The campground is open from February through October. The maximum stay is 14 days and Camp Ground Hosts are available to help with questions or problems.

  • 42 sites that can all accommodate R.V.s up to 45 feet long.
  • 40 sites accommodate tents.
  • Reservations are accepted from March 15-October 15.
  • To make a reservation, call 435-564-3633 or visit


A popular launch point for boaters, the Green River provides access to Stillwater and Labyrinth Canyons. There is a fee to launch your boat.

Fun Facts

The park is the launch point for the annual Memorial Day Friendship Cruise-a 180 mile trip from Green River to Moab that traces its roots back to 1958.