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Family park in the middle of the river. Accessible by car and by foot. Trees, walking path, historical and nature markers. Great views of the river. Some wading. Kayaking rapids available. Just a lovely spot for a break. Where Park is nearby for kids with...More
If you're looking for a quiet place to spend forty-five minutes, this is a lovely spot... there are nice views of the river, walking paths, benches and even historical markers... Folks are jogging, walking their dogs, watching their kids in the playground, having picnics... Clean...More
Expedition Island is a great break from the tiny amount of traffic in Green River. It takes a little bit of searching to find. A smart phone is really helpful for this. The park is quite sizable and is surrounded by the river which splits...More
Location of an awesome two day music festival to support the MuleyFanatics Foundation! Beautiful setting along the Green River with walking paths, river access and shade trees. The park is well tended.
We were recommended this by the visitor center and the hotel. Maybe it was because we had just left Jackson Hole, but it was not the highlight. It is nice and clean. The splash pad would be nice for a toddler, but my kids (ages...More
Mile long “double tracked” trains are constantly cruising through the town. Green River is the main switching yard for the Union Pacific trains rumbling through that part of the country day and night. The buildings literally shake with each passing train. Like the smell of...More
Loved the walk along the river, very pretty and peaceful. They have painted rocks, you are to pick up & re-hide for others to find, which I'm taking mine to Missouri to hide for others to find. Great place to visit & it's free.