5 Parks near Green River, Utah
Oct 2015 - $10.00
An older RV park that appears to be kept up pretty well. The kind of place I like. Everything works and works well. Gravel roads and spaces, but mostly very level. Grass between spaces. Quiet, except for the train tracks running along the south end. There were only a few trains during the night. We used this as an overnight along I-70 on our way to the west coast. I liked it enough that we stayed here again on our way back to Denver. We did not use the laundry or any other facilities. The staff, just the one lady behind the counter who I think was the owner, was very friendly and helpful.
WiFi works great even though we were as far from the office as we could get.
I would stay here again. We camped here in a motorhome. - Wise Old Man
Sep 2015 - $25.00
Site was pretty level. There are shade trees around. The place is kept free of trash.
This is an old KOA that they are trying to renovate. The 50 amps are all back-in but they are planning to have 50 amp service in some pull-through sites for 2016.
There's not a lot of grass, mostly weeds, but it is mowed.
No designated pet area but the park was so sparsely populated that it didn't matter. Neighbor dogs were irritating when I tried to walk my dogs. One came under the fence into the RV park but did no damage.
There were trains during the night. - User3146
Sep 2015 - $10.00
This is going to be a great park. The new owners (since May 2015) have put so much work into cleaning, repairing and up-grading the old KOA Park. There is new gravel on the roads, the weeds are all cut down and the trees are pruned. The buildings are in pretty good repair and the office is clean and welcoming. You can tell they have pride in doing a good job.
The staff is friendly and accommodating.
The train tracks are close but the traffic seed light. There is no highway noise.
We are looking forward to coming here again. - Team 2Bs
Oct 2014 - $20.00
Well maintained campground in a beautiful setting. Only one bathroom-shower building for both individual and group sites. Large group came in the afternoon we were there. Glad to have gotten my shower early and have my own facilities in the morning. Goblins are interesting as are the cliffs and other formations in the surrounding area. Reservations are definitively a good idea. - oldmac
Oct 2014 - $20.00
We'd stayed here many years ago and wanted to see the area again. This is a very popular park and you would do well to reserve a spot well in advance of your intended stay. We lucked out as there had been serious rain storms just few days before our stay and many of the tent sites had been rained out. Because they weren't taken and were first come, first served, we were able to use one of them. Each tent site has two parking spaces and the park will allow small trailers or RVs in these sites as long as your equipment will fit in the two spaces. We were able to park our 17' trailer in one spot and our tow vehicle in the other. As others have commented, the regular RV spaces all have paved parking pads. Every site has a fire pit, and a covered cabana over a picnic table. There is one central restroom/shower building for the whole park and since there was a large group in the group site during our stay I would say it was barely adequate for the needs of all the campers. The women's restroom was often in need of cleaning. I didn't use the showers but my husband reported that they were only lukewarm and at least one of them had a broken door that wouldn't lock so no one wanted to use that one of course. The "goblins" are a bizarre and fun geological feature to explore. Families will love this park as there are lots of kid size rock formations to crawl around on. In addition to the campsites there are also 2 yurts that can be rented. Without a generator to run an air conditioner, this park would be a very hot place to camp in the summer, as there is no shade. - BruceandKathyWA
May 2013 - $16.00
Sunday, May 5 – Goblin Valley State Park, Utah This campground is off of route 24 about 20 miles north of Hanksville, Utah then follow the signs in. Very well marked! The GPS may take you on an unpaved road but don’t go that way follow the directions using the signs. All roads in are paved. It sits in the San Rafael Reef and the landscape is different with sandstone goblins that look like they are from outerspace. The movie Galaxy Quest was filmed here. There are 24 sites without hookups but the bathhouse does have showers. The campground is surrounded by rocks to protect the sites from the wind but the sand can still blow. One can hike or drive to the observation point to view the formations and even walk the steps down to get a closer view. All sites are paved with a screen picnic table. There are exhibits at the Visitor Center, an OHV stage area and an amphitheater. It was a stopover for us and a great place to camp. $16 a night and all sites were taken so one might want to reserve a site. - gsnakehill
Nov 2015 - $40.00
Could be due to the end of the season but the office was barely open. We did get some good advice from the office to move to another site that had a little shade instead of the original site we selected. The campground was pretty basic with nothing much going on. The site was okay and level. We would probably stay again for a short stop over but not for a lengthy stay. - John Borajkiewicz
Oct 2015 - $48.00
Very pricey for the accommodations provided. Sites are dirt but level with grass between, a few have trees providing partial shade. Utilities are placed far apart with electric and cable toward front of site and sewer toward the back. Our site ran one way and site next to us was just the opposite so our neighbor was awning to awning to us giving no privacy. They spread out and took over their patio and our patio area. If traveling in this area would look for a different location due to price and park layout. - Ruffin It
Sep 2015 - $45.00
Park has nice level gravel sites; but this is a KOA which is somewhat close to the highway and the train tracks are about a mile away. Easy in and out and close to MOAB and other points of interest to Utah other attractions. - Jim W1
Oct 2015 - $28.00
The campground now has water at every site along with 50A electricity! All sites and roads are wide and paved with some pull-throughs. Beautiful cottonwood trees and patchy grass fill the campground and there is a boat launch for the Green River nearby (no river views). Some services and stores available in Green River, just 1/2 mile drive, but there is almost no traffic noise here. The train goes by several times a day, but it is not intrusive. Reservations are a good idea during the busy season (which extends well into October). Overall a very pleasant spot to explore Goblin Valley and the San Rafael Swell or to spend the night off I-70. - MrSunshine
Oct 2015 - $10.00
Looks more like a city park. Large trees, grass at the sites, very open. Sits next to a golf course but you really don't see the course. - User3011
Sep 2015 - $28.00
Nice clean campground with cottonwood trees that give plenty of shade and nice green grass in the middle of the desert. RV site have 30/50 amp power, currently installing water at each site, no sewer. All sites are paved and level. Several pull thru sites for bigger rigs. Very friendly and helpful staff. There is a dump station and boat ramp. Nine hole city golf course in park. - Viarivoli
Oct 2015 - $36.00
Park is very old. Office dingy and the lady grumpy. Not nasty, just not friendly. Playground hardly called a playground. Weeds and gravel. Sewer hookup took over 30 feet and was very difficult to get, as it was buried under dirt. Clearly not used in awhile. Site is level, that was good. Had ants, which is not necessarily the fault of the park. We will not stay here again. Will go to the state park on the other side of the golf course. - Bobcat1
May 2015 - $36.00
An older park with long big rig sites that are a bit on the narrow side. Lots of shade. Very quiet at night. WiFi (free) and cable TV reception both excellent. Laundry very clean and up to date. Excellent dog run area. Signage was a little confusing while moving to our site without an escort. While this park is clean it has a general rundown appearance. It was obvious that recent extended rain storms prevented attention to grass cutting but we were a little put off by mowing still going on at 8:00P.M. one evening. We would stay here again when passing through the area. - Shikepoke
Apr 2015 - $36.00
We stayed for a week and enjoyed the area. Not a fancy park, but had all the necessities. Sites are a little close when you both have slides. Enjoyed the nice dog park, and the laundry. Park was not full, so think that was definitely an advantage. We would stay again. - Sandpiper14