Green River KOA Journey Campground Blog
One of the best parts of Utah is the National & State Parks we have so close to each other. When visiting any of our amazing National Parks, there are some VERY important things to remember to do and NOT to do. Read this blog post here provides some good guidance on how to make the most of your...
When traveling between Green River and Richfield, UT take time to enjoy the final western stretch of I-70 which has spectacular free roadside attractions. Stop, take pictures, stretch your legs, use the convenient restrooms, and take short hikes to sprawling vistas and picnic tables overlooking...
Please check with the National Park Service prior to planning your trip to ensure you can make a reservation (if required). Here is more information about the recent changes.
Beginning November 1st, we will be shutting off water to our camp sites due to freezing temperatures. Water is available year round outside the office so you can fill your tanks before setting up at your site. In March we will turn water back on to the rest of the campground.
We'd like to thank all our campers for sharing their experiences with us and for taking the time to complete the surveys we send out after each of your visits, both good and bad. We appreciate all feedback and we take your comments to heart. In fact, since taking over ownership in May 2018, we...