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Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $46.00
This is probably our eighth time to stay here. Started in 2007. We use it as a base camp for hiking, ATVing and Jeeping. The owner is probably the biggest asset of this park. He really cares about his campers' experience and goes out of his way to make it positive. Free coffee and pastries in the morning. Recently rewired existing 50 amp sites and added additional 50 amp sites. Plenty of room for big fivers and motorhomes. He also upgraded the WIFI. It is the first park in years that truly had a usable system. Did slow down in the evening but still better than 99% of the parks we've stayed at. We camped at Green River KOA in a Motorhome.
If you are stay for more than one night, ask the owner about what to see and do. Lots of maps and advice. Be provisioned before arriving. Grocery store in town is minimal. No state owned liquor store.
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $40.00
Stayed 4 days to visit the area. Check-in was very friendly, with many suggestions and info about the area. Site was long and level pull-through full hook-ups. All services worked well. Office has coffee and continental breakfast each morning. The mgr/owner and all staff are very friendly and helpful with local info. Park is next door to restaurant and across the street from Green River Museum. No road noise, but a distant train horn is no problem. Overall a very relaxing stay. We would stay here again and recommend this park. We camped at Green River KOA in a Motorhome.
Within an hour of 2 National Parks, Canyonlands & Arches.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $40.00
We've stayed here probably 6 times for a total of ten weeks. This campground is mostly used by overnighters. There is enough rock hounding, hiking, ATVing, Jeeping, and car touring to keep anyone busy for two weeks. Don't miss the John Wesley Powell River Museum just across the street. Nearby Tamarisk restaurant is only OK if you don't want to cook. We've been told the local bar downtown has good burgers. Make sure you have all provisions before arriving. Local grocery is barely adequate. No place to buy wine or liquor. There is a good Ace Hardware. If you are in Green River at the end of September or early October, local melon growers have stands along the road. Wonderful variety of melons like you've never seen or tasted. The owner is extremely customer service oriented. He knows what to do in the area and stocks a variety of maps and guides. Joe is accommodating to site requests, etc. Very unlike most KOAs. There is free coffee and muffins every morning and popcorn in the afternoon. The older 30 amp sites do have some grass under mature trees. The limited number of 50 amp sites are in the dirt. Green River is in the desert. Not a complaint just a statement of fact. Sites are level. Easy in and out with plenty of turning radius. Will return there next spring to play some more in the dirt and do some rock hounding. We camped at Green River KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $40.00
A good job adapting to the desert environment. Mostly gravel sites with good gravel access roads - although we did see a 45’ tag having some issues, but they came down the roads the wrong way and after dark. Pull thrus long enough to avoid having to drop the toad. Trees and some grass in the campground (grass mostly on the western end). Picnic tables at each site. Fire pit on request. 50A power was having some problems - very intermittent out of balance legs (up to 15v spread) with reverse polarity. Owner was very involved, but frustrated with the intermittent nature of the problem. We spent most of the stay on 30A (which was stable). Water good (60 psi), sewer ok, but connection was a bit recessed so hooking in sewer elbow was problematic. Wifi was very good for a campground - stable with good signal strength and mostly good bandwidth (occasional slowdowns). Verizon signal strength was 5 bars. Did not test the bandwidth since the campground wifi was good enough to not need our hotspot. Flies were a bit of a problem (1st half of October) since the field of melons next to the campground was plowed under in late September. The best thing going for this campground is it’s proximity to the San Rafael Swell and the staff. We will stay here again when in the area. We camped at Green River KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $42.00
It is funny that people camping in the middle of a desolate desert expect to find grass and trees at an RV park. Yes, it is all dirt drives and spaces. Very well kept for being in the desert. And quite a bit of grass compared to the area around here. No, there is not a whole lot to do in Green River. It is a great place to stay overnight as it is a ways from the interstate and quiet. We stay here every year on our trip to the north and back. We camped at Green River KOA in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $42.00
Good location of Hwy 70. Easy on/off. Sites are gravel with some grass. All connections worked good. Our price was for full hookups plus cable. Wi-Fi worked good. Verizon MiFi worked good also. Staff was very helpful and friendly when checking in. We needed a little maintenance on our rig and a staff member was able to help out. Coffee/tea with muffins are served in the morning. Sites are easy to use, lots of room to turn around. e would stay here again. We camped at Green River KOA in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $38.00
Staff was very friendly. Good, basic overnight park. Didn't seem like there was much to do nearby, although the restaurant (Green River Restaurant) was a short walk next was very good. Plus, diners from the KOA get a 10% discount! A downside for pets is that there is virtually no grass, but quite a few sticker weeds for Fido to deal with. We picked up a few ants during our overnight stay. I would stay there again. We camped at Green River KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $36.00
Hard packed dirt roads, level dirt site with a little grass. Full hookup utilities worked well. Cable TV promised but no access at our site. Guy that greeted us was kind of out there but the manager was nice. Not much to say really, for a KOA this place was on the lower end but clean and tidy. Okay for an overnight stay on your way to somewhere else. We camped at Green River KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $47.00
Roads and sites were very dirty and dusty. Low voltage on one leg of 50 amp service so could not run bedroom air. They did have a moderate continental breakfast, and staff were nice. We would not stay here again, even for one night. Keep going to next destination. We camped at Green River KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $40.00
Very nice, clean, friendly park. Our pull thru was long, level and the utilities worked well. We were escorted to our site and then our escort brought back a rose for my wife-late Mothers Day gift-very much appreciated! Although fairly close to the highway, we didn't notice any noise. Coffee and pastries are included in the price. Just nice folks running the place. We will stay again if we are in the area. We camped at Green River KOA in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $33.00
Nice KOA for an overnight stay since there is not much else in the area. Gravel sites that are level with good hookups. Showers and toilets are clean and although it is close to I-70, there is really no road noise. We camped at Green River KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $32.00
This is a decent KOA in the small town of Green River. Its close to the highway, but noise isn't a problem. Sites are roomy and mostly dirt and gravel, as are the interior roads. Sites are reasonably level and the roadways are well-maintained. Dust can be a problem, but the park is in the desert, so that can be expected. Restrooms/showers are modern and clean, Wi-Fi is okay but cable had some lost signals, especially on windy days. There's a decent restaurant near the entrance to the park, and the park provides free coffee and pastries in the morning at the office. We camped at Green River KOA in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $42.00
This KOA was fine. It is near Arches and Canyonlands. It is close to I70, but you don't hear road noise. You hear the occasional train. The campground is sand and pebbles and gets a little dusty when the wind blows. The cable and Wi-Fi were good. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The restaurant close by offers a 10% discount when you mention that you are staying at the KOA. We would stay here again. We camped at Green River KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $49.00
This is what I've come to expect from KOA. We try not to stay at a KOA if we don't have to. This time, we picked the KOA because it had a pool. So here goes. The good, the sites are well spaced and large enough for a coach with slides on both sides towing a car. The sites are level, too. They have a pool (I guess). The bad, well that goes on and on. The sites are just dirt, gravel would not be accurate; just dirt. The pool was never open; guess they had thunder showers earlier that afternoon, and the owner never really wanted to open it. It usually turns out poorly for us when we pick a park for a pool. Lots of seasonal or long-termers. We were parked facing a whole row of them. Apparently, pet rules don't apply to these people. Five sites had at least four dogs roaming loose. My site was full of pet feces. Two of them approached me while I was hooking up utilities. I tried to shoe them away; the owner says "Oh, they're friendly." I don't care; why are they in my site? I saw one of the dogs run five sites down and jump a dog on a leash that someone was trying to walk. She had to pick her dog up and carry it home! We asked for a 50 amp site. The power through our TRC Voltage Protector cut off several times before we had been parked for an hour. I asked the people across the street if they had electrical problems. They said no, but they were using 30 amps. They told me the coaches down from me that were using 50 amps kept tripping their breakers. The owner/manager? apparently never answers the phone. We tried calling twice before we got here and left a message, too. Nothing. I tried calling twice after we got here and no answer, either. I walked over to the office and he was just sitting there. Overall, I guess all the owner/manager? wants to do is sit in the office and take people's money. This place was outrageously priced at $49 a night for a dirt spot full of feces in the middle of nowhere. I would never stay here again! We camped at Green River KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $39.00
Okay, convenient overnight stop. Sites are long pull throughs with room for not unhooking tow vehicle. The park is all sand, gravel, with a few scrub weed bushes. There is a children's play area and tent site combination. Some work campers . Water good, electric a little weak for large coach on a hot day. Wifi not good. We camped at Green River KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Within an hour of 2 National Parks, Canyonlands & Arches.LarryB • April 2015
If you are stay for more than one night, ask the owner about what to see and do. Lots of maps and advice. Be provisioned before arriving. Grocery store in town is minimal. No state owned liquor store.Thunder Mountain • April 2015
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