This campground has very easy access from the highway and is a good base camp for many of the National Parks/Monuments in the area. That being said I was expecting more from the website build up. Given at 45' and towing 30' we have some issues. All said an done this a a clean base camp. They do offer housing for students in single wides, but it is a university town. Actually cute town with lots of amenities, Home Depot, Wal-Mart, Walgreens, etc., a good place to get a lot of things done. Based on the build up I was expecting more. Both wireless card and sat TV worked great, and all services good. If you don't have a pull through right behind the office, don't look for too much.
Other people have given this a poorer review based on the fact that it is in Green River Utah. You have to know that you are getting into before your get there. This area is very depressed, however you wouldn't know it if all you had to judge by was this KOA. Yes it is all gravel, but like concrete when you drive over it. They have 5- 50amp service sites that are long, which is a concern when you are 45' towing a 30' trailer. For a super small town KOA this place is immaculate with nice people. Remote, yes. Super access to I-70, yes. All services worked like a charm and we have been an plenty of places with no wWi-Fi or sat TV. No problem. I admit, not much grass, but we saw white tailed deer at sunset in a adjacent melon farm. Yes, Green River grows melons. Who knew! I don't have a way to fault people who are this friendly and offer gourmet beverages all day, along with extra goodies. These people are great. Just don't expect Green River to be something more than it is.
Price is based on Good Sam Club including over length. If you are a super big rig you will have to drop. The 70' site which they believed we would be able to fit into at 45' and towing a 30' trailer, wasn't close. These sites are not 70'. That being said 50amp service was great but no cable TV, but no problem with our dish. This is a very pretty park with great access to Zion, about 13 miles away. Super friendly people work here and there are nice amenities. Agree with others that a $1 five-minute shower is a little out of the ordinary. We generally don't use those facilities but try to check them out. Everything in this park is clean and well cared for. Grass, as hard as it is to grow is green. Nice river location, along with easy highway access and a well stocked store. Restaurant/cafe has good basic food with limited days and hours. Our Sprint along with their Wi-Fi didn't work at all for more than about 2 minutes and no cell service at all on T Mobile or AT&T. This is in the outskirts of everywhere and if you can get along with a sat-phone, the only thing we had that worked, you are OK. But then who needs cell and internet anyway. Overall this place is a winner. The only place that we have had to drop our trailer in two months, but well worth a trip. Pricey yes, but great people with good facilities.
Big rig friendly is an overstatement. At 45' and towing a 30' trailer we are somewhat limited in this part of the world. Narrow roads and no swing in lots of places. We had to jackknife into the spot to fit. That made access to the sewer a challenge but we gerry rigged it to work. First spot they gave us would have been impossible to drive out of. To change spots in a park that was maybe 15% full seemed to be a huge problem to the staff who seemed un-interested. Once assigned a new spot all seemed to be OK. Very pricey for what you get. Gravel everywhere with some leveling issues. T-mobile phone and Sprint card worked all the time. This is simply an old park with a fabulous view of the Tetons. Access to Tetons, south Yellowstone and Jackson great but not much else. Wouldn't stay again unless it was necessary.
We are 45' twang a 30' trailer, but no problem here with a space. Very easy drive with escort to space. Super friendly staff. Grounds clean and manicured. Windy and dusty but that is just South Dakota in the summer. Easy on and off highway for an overnight stay. Some road noise but not distracting. These people go out of their way to be accommodating. Would definitely stay again.
We where here in our 45 footer, towing a 30' trailer and there was no problem. Expensive because it was Sturgis Bike Week and everything is expensive that week. This place has everything from 100' spots to a liquor store. Anyone wanting a guideline on how to build a resort that accommodates just about everyone should look to this new facility. No problem with the larges rigs towing anything.