Date of Stay: September, 2016 - $15.00
This is an older park, previously a KOA. It appears the owners are trying to restore it, but it has a long way to go. Site was supposed to be 50A but the pedestal was not wired for 50A RV service, so my EMS only allowed 30A before loads were shed. The campground refunded the extra $5 premium for 50A. The laundry had 3 washers and dryers, some of which were on the honor system to put cash in a locked box. Laundry was clean. We were parked next to a corral of horses, so the flies kept us from sitting outside. Office staff was pleasant. My GPS brought me in the back way over bumpy roads. Follow the directions to the Green River State park, then keep on going until you reach AOK on your right. We camped at A/OK RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2016 - $35.00
We had reserved a 50 amp site. Upon arrival, they said they had only three 50 amp sites: one was occupied, one wouldn't fit our 34 foot class A, and one had a wiring problem and was only 30 amp. The wiring problem didn't sound new. The office area was a dump. We drove around the campground and were not impressed. I figure if they can't honor our reservation they deserve one star. We left to stay at another campground in Green River. We camped at A/OK RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2016 - $17.00
New owner is trying. Old park with long spots and great Wi-Fi. People are very nice. I didn't use the facilities but saw a bunch of old washers and dryers laying outside for the trash. Looked like they were replaced. Passport America and great for an overnight stop. We camped at A/OK RV Park in a Motorhome.
Quite a bit longer than my motorhome and a towed vehicle
Great place for a one night stop. Easy to get in and out of and is mostly large pull-thrus. The cable TV did not work. My biggest complaint is that there was no one there to check us in and it was 3pm. Eventually she stopped by the office and had us self-register as Sunday was her only day off and she was busy. As a business she she hire someone to manage the place for when she is not around. We camped at A/OK RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice place to spend the night before heading to Moab. Spacious, long pull-through for our 40-ft and trailer. The owner left us an envelope with a space number on it and then came out later when she got back. I asked her why she picked #39 for us when there were so many others available. She gave a great answer: "that one over there has trees that would've blocked your slides, that one there is too short for you....etc". In other words, she thought it through to give us the best spot. Odd thing about the park is that all the 50 amp sites are back in and 30 amp are pull-throughs. She said that's going to be fixed in the future. Quiet place. We camped at A/OK RV Park in a Motorhome.
Fire Ring, Picnic Table
Space Between Lots
Sun & Foliage
Tips for other Campers:
Take in the John Wesley Powell River Museum in town. Terrific movie and great displays.
Drove up to park at 1pm on a weekday and no one there to greet us. Found an envelope with my name and site number taped to the door. Buildings are in major need of repair and the grounds are not taken care of. Drove to site. Smelly creek and horses with hundreds of flies next to the site. Drove away. We camped at A/OK RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
A/OK RV Park in Green River, UT. An older park, but all the sites are level and fairly roomy. Apparently it used to be a KOA, but has changed hands and is now an independent park. The pull-thru sites are all 30 amp, but if it's not too hot that should work for most rigs. If you require 50 amp, they are all back in sites. The owner is a hard working young lady that has a positive attitude and tries her best to accommodate your needs. Sites were long enough for our 36' motorhome with toad. No cable but you should be able to get satellite with no problem. OTR gave us 29 stations. We will stay here again when travelling through the area. It is also a Passport America park so if a member you can save some money. We camped at A/OK RV Park in a Motorhome.
This is a no-frills park which is fine with us. Level sites with easy in and out. Park was clean with excellent wifi and good satellite location. As previously stated this is owned by a young woman who is anxious to please. We would stay he again. We camped at A/OK RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
An old KOA which new owners are trying to bring back. On the good side sites are level, long and easy to get in to. Restrooms were clean but very dated and some facilities were out of order. Not much grass. Owners are friendly. Couldn't figure out why two of the nights we were there they put up a sign saying they were full when they were no where near that. An ok stop for an overnight if passing thru but not somewhere for an extended stay. We camped at A/OK RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: April, 2016 - $35.00
This one night (4/11) stay was just a place to rest and continue on the next day. We didn't unhook and I thought the CG was just fine. Power & water was fine and we had a site with 30 amp. Temps were climbing and I was nervous about not having 50 amp but all worked out just fine. We enjoyed an evening at A/OK and ate dinner in the coach. We had the place almost to ourselves except for maybe a few other campers. We enjoyed our brief stay and would return again. We camped at A/OK RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 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. We camped at A/OK RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $10.00
I used this as a stop-over headed to Capitol Reef National Park. I was glad to see that they now take Passport America! Regular rate is $20, so PA makes it a bargain. They have laundry at reasonable prices, the rest rooms/showers are clean. There is even a little store inside where you can purchase some things you might need. Site are mostly pull-thru, which was great. My site was level and I actually had working wifi! This is such a great change from the $30+ site I had in Monticello, Utah!! I would definitely stop here again. We camped at A/OK RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $10.00
Mgr said WiFi was best in spots closest to the office. I took a spot fairly near, and got 7 Mbps down, 1.6 Mbps up - very respectable for an RV park. 4 of 5 bars for 4G Verizon signal. Rural setting, fairly simple, but totally adequate for me (overnight stay). Great value for Passport America users. We camped at A/OK RV Park in a Travel Trailer.