Green River offers beautiful scenery and a unique history. It’s the perfect place for nature-lovers and thrill-seekers alike. You get the chance to experience world-class fishing and even view wildlife in its natural habitat. Sports are also available including river rafting, kayaking, and swimming.
A Place Like No Other
Green River was established in 1869 by John Wesley Powell while on his way to the Grand Canyon. There’s plenty to do with both indoor and outdoor recreations available. You’ll get to experience the natural beauty of this unique town and learn more about its history and culture. Adventure that’s perfect for the whole family awaits.
Sweetwater County Museum
Sweetwater County Museum was established in 1967 and is home to a vast selection of historic photographs. There is also a wide collection of research material on local history. By visiting the Sweetwater County Museum in Green River, you will have the chance to learn more about the rich culture and heritage of the town. You can also learn about the Native Americans and explorers that used to inhabit the land.
Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge
The Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge covers an estimated 27,230 acres. The refuge was named after an Indian word that means “river of the prairie hen” and was established in 1964. This beautiful area is home to over 200 different species of bird, as well as other animals such as pronghorns, bobcats, and moose
Ashley National Forest
The Ashley National Forest covers 96,223 acres in Wyoming and 1,287,909 acres in Utah. With nearly 1,156 campsites, the forest offers plenty for you to do. Recreational activities are available such as fishing, wildlife viewing, hiking, and horse riding.
Wild Horse Tours
On a wild horse tour, you have the chance to watch wild horses in their natural environment while also viewing scenic vistas. During the tour, participants ride in a vehicle that seats up to ten people at a time. You’ll get to enjoy witnessing these free animals that have a long history as symbols of the Wild West.
The Wild Calls
The Wild Calls offers educational tours which are great for people who are eager to learn and crave knowledge. The tours take you throughout SW Wyoming, Yellowstone National Park, and Grand Tetons National Park. Guides offer information on geology, archaeology, history, and much more.
You won’t be disappointed when you visit Green River. With so much to see and do, you’ll have trouble deciding what to do first. Indoor and outdoor recreational activities are available all year long, so you’ll never be stuck without anything to do. Visit TravelWyn to book your trip to Green River today.