Utah is home to 43 state parks, and each has its own unique attractions. View sweeping vistas and the Colorado River from Dead Horse Point State Park, learn about some of the Beehive State’s first residents at Anasazi State Park, see weird, otherworldly hoodoos at Goblin Valley Park….or just relax under the cottonwood trees on the banks of the river at Green River State Park.

If you’re looking for a shady spot for a family camping adventure, this place is perfect! The campground is pretty, and there are recreation opportunities for family members of every age.

Visit the Green River State Park website to reserve a campsite and learn more about the amenities there! While you’re in Green River, make sure to visit Ray’s Tavern for a delicious burger.

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