August 15, 2019 - reviewed by The cohens
Typical KOA. Few trees for shade. Great WiFi but cable at our site was broken and when we put a few wires together to get it from another site the analog was so snowy we switched to antenna and got beautiful digital signal. Not sure owner knew this but he didn’t recommend it, heard from neighbors. Pool was very clean as was campground. Could use more gravel as it is mostly dust now. All in all nice people and a good overnight level site.
July 22, 2019 - reviewed by Steamboat
KOA Green River
This KOA is mostly sunny and we picked the hottest day of the year to stop by. 101*. Sites are all gravel and level. The staff was very friendly finding a pull thru site for us without a reservation. This campground is very clean and should rated higher than a 6. To hot to cook. The restaurant next door was fantastic. We received a 10% discount for staying at the KOA. The French dip sandwich, and hamburger was the best ever.
May 24, 2019 - reviewed by Longmire
I needed a spot with hookups after a 10 hour day in the snow and rain. I called, there were a few sites available so I jumped on it. I would say this KOA is on the shabby side. There is some fresh gravel, but only where needed. Not the quietest but ok for one night. Nothing close to special, except the $68.00 price tag for a pull through.
Will try to avoid in the future unless it is cleaned up.
March 6, 2019 - reviewed by Kathryn Freeman
Under new ownership since mid 2018. Incredibly nice people. Trevor, one of the owners, was super accommodating. They welcome late arrivals, with or without a reservation. All sites are level and full hook up. Price differs based on the site you choose. (Closer to bathrooms and laundry slightly more expensive.) Bathrooms and showers were spotless clean. Excellent TV and Wifi reception (plus our Sprint and ATT devices had full bars). They have a dump station (on top of FHU) and also sell propane. We were there during snowy Winter so the pool was closed but looks super fun with water slide. Next time we come through here, we will stay at this location.
May 21, 2018 - reviewed by Melinda G
Would Stay Again
FHU sites 14-27 are large, level and with trees. Great pet walk. A little dusty but that’s most of Utah...so don’t cook .. just walk to restaurant on the Colorado River 10% discount or to Ray’s for the best burger.
September 9, 2017 - reviewed by Annie M
Typical KOA, dirt, a few trees etc., but super nice people at check-in, the young girl (sorry I didn't get her name) was very sweet and Joe very helpful. Used the laundry, very clean! Brand new washers and dryers...sorry you were vandalized :o(
May 30, 2017 - reviewed by Karen
We stayed at this park 1 night on our way east on 70. The spaces are good for pull throughs. Does not appear to have permanent campers thus park is neat. The pool is very large and a nice playground for kids. They are working on getting their laundry operational since it was vandalized. Wifi worked for us as well as cable. Next door was Tamarisk Restaurant and we thought the food was delicious. They give a 10% discount to Green River KOA campers!!!!
May 28, 2017 - reviewed by Mike Chance
Clean Park, Great Owners
Very clean park. Not much grass. Very helpful owners. Within easy walking distance of a very nice restaurant, the Green River, and a fascinating museum.
May 7, 2017 - reviewed by Safetymantexas
Made Things Right
We made reservations for two units and three nights through the KOA 800 number, but got transferred to the property since the computers were down. E-mail confirmation the next morning (day of stay) was only for one unit. Property was full, but Erin was able to shuffle another reservation to get us 50a service and all three nights. Clean, neat and new washing machines due tomorrow.
July 9, 2016 - reviewed by Paki u
Hot, Dusty, Great Wifi
Don't go in the summer! Dirt spaces. Everything is dusty. Wifi is the best of any KOA we've stayed at. Could be because we were right next to the office? Green River is actually a mucky brown color.
October 1, 2015 - reviewed by Ginny
Expensive For An Overnight
First time rv'er found out that KOAs charge per person (?!). It's me and my 3 sons in a 27' class C. $56 per night. Sheesh, stayed in a hotel in St. George last night $80 with a pool and hot breakfast for all of us. We didn't even arrive until 5:30 pm and will be out of here by 8 am. Oh well. Next time will stay state park. Nice that each site has grass and full hook up. Showers very dated and ok clean. Fun playground. Pool closed even though very hot. Too late in the season.