Wyoming March 26, 2017
You’ll Fall In Love With This Charming River Town In Wyoming
We love the towns of Wyoming, both small and large. This town is located right on the banks of the Green River, and it has a lot to offer. Check it out!
The little town of Green River is located in southwestern Wyoming. About 13,000 residents call it home. The Green River cuts right through this little town.
Green River was founded in 1868. It's most famous for being the starting point for John Wesley Powell's expeditions. Today, it's a thriving little river community with plenty to see and do.
The Green River meanders right past the iconic Castle Rock.
Centennial Park is a pretty spot for a picnic and some quality family time.
It offers plenty of benches, a large family gazebo, playground and more. Find it at 160 Flaming Gorge Way.
You'll find plenty of hiking opportunities here - from rugged, strenuous hiking to paved pathways.
The Green River Pathway System includes over 12 miles of trails.
Visit the Sweetwater County Historical Museum.
The museum is home to many artifacts from Sweetwater County's history, including theses train and telegraph items.
The museum is located at 3 E. Flaming Gorge Way.
The Green River Bike Park is fun for all ages. It offers elevated trails, ramps, jumps, teeter totters and more.
Expedition Island Park is a beautiful place that takes full advantage of the Green River's recreation opportunities.
Part of the park includes a 1,200 foot long lazy river/tubing channel where you can kayak or float.
There's a little beach area for swimming and relaxing.
Kids love the playground and splash pad.
Cross the bridge and take a little walk along the river.
Expedition Island Park is located at 475 South S. 2nd E.
Plan a day trip soon to see this little river town.
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