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Mile long “double tracked” trains are constantly cruising through the town. Green River is the main switching yard for the Union Pacific trains rumbling through that part of the country day and night. The buildings literally shake with each passing train. Like the smell of...More
Loved the walk along the river, very pretty and peaceful. They have painted rocks, you are to pick up & re-hide for others to find, which I'm taking mine to Missouri to hide for others to find. Great place to visit & it's free.
This park is one of the best! It has play equipment in two different areas, a splash pad across the river, and the river walk starts there. Sometimes there is a concession stand open on nice days, or during events. You can sit on the...More
The expedition island is a wonderful park rich in history! Not only does it have open grassy areas to gather or play in along with playgrounds for children it has a very nice walking path that goes all the way around the green that is...More
This clean park has a small playground area (Including a small "splash" area (i.e., water fun), and also a nice bike/jogging path along a river. Entrance is free. The park is a National Historical Site because it was the starting point for two expeditions down...More
Overall Green River is an amazing little town. Expedition Island, the splash pad, and the walk along the river are all amazing. Take the time to read some of the interpretive signs along the walk. You will learn a lot about the area.
We were there for a film screening and really enjoyed the park. It's well-kept and clean, with a nice river walk and kayak play area. Also interesting are the historic monuments commemorating the many exploring expeditions that have launched down the Green River from the...More