Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Rock Springs/Green River KOA

We spent the night at the Rock Springs/Green River KOA.  We had read mixed reviews, but quite honestly, we wanted a full hookup so we could do some laundry and take long, hot showers.  There wasn't a lot of choice in this area - and we were ready to stop.


  • All the amenities you'd expect from a KOA
  • Friendly staff
  • Night check in 
  • 10% Military Discount
  • Conveniently located to I-80

  • The petroleum plant isn't a great view - but we chose to look at the mountains - didn't bother us
  • It was a mud hole. It really was. We knew there would be "gravel sites," but there was very little gravel and mostly dirt.

Actual freight wagon from the early 1900's used by a local homesteader
Mountains ring the campground

 Will we stay here on our return trip? The boys were covered in mud dealing with the hook ups. The RV collected quite a bit of mud inside and out.... we'll stay somewhere else if it is raining when we pass through again.

Otherwise, it's a great overnight stop. Quiet and clean.

It is possible that later in the spring they bring in more gravel?

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