The campground and day use area offer camping and picnicking opportunities along the Green River. The campground consists of 12 sites, with some sites intended for large groups. Sites include metal fire rings, picnic tables, an outhouse, and camping pads. The day use area includes a beach area, picnic tables, and metal fire rings under the cottonwoods.
This is a great campground right on the Green river next to the beautiful Swasey’s beach. It is perfect for anyone getting off the river from Deso-Grey Canyons or a day float down from Nefertiti. The beach is right next to the campground and green river is only 12 or so miles away. There are not many spots, so get there early on a busy weekend!
This campsite draws an interesting array of patrons that enjoy rafting & boating. The day use area is filled with plates from all over the u.s.. If you travel down the dirt road past the camp * Tread carefully* There is a really neat vintage standing cabin & tree swing near the beach. P.s. watch for the Dirt devils* they bite and cause some itchy skin issues.
There are several camping sites on these grounds, including a large group spot. Secluded and right on the beach of Green River, and has a boat docking area as well. There is a restroom on the premise, and each site has a firepit and picnic table. Most of the sites are completely shaded. Camping is $10 per night.
We arrived Friday Afternoon, late April. Our friends snagged the group sites directly on the beach, we got a site a short walk away in one of the designated spots for our popup. No hookups that we saw, not needed for us. There were no tickets or toilet paper, so I don't think this area is checked on too often. That's fine, everyone kept the area clean and quiet at night. The sandy beach is so clean and we were able to drive down to a drop in on 2 different days and easily float back to our beach on paddleboards and a raft. The kids really loved the beach, and our favorite part was some people had campfires directly on the beach. The views from every spot are incredible and the trees provided enough shade during the super hot days. Know that it was already almost 90 degrees even in late April.