Americas Best Value Inn in Green River, Utah offers guests great value, comfortable rooms and desirable amenities and is an ideal choice for the budget minded traveler. Centrally located to East Main Street off I-70, exit 164, spend a few days exploring the scenic surroundings of The Red Desert City, historically known for its mountains and rivers, or relax for night while heading to Salt Lake City, Las Vegas or Denver.
Green River, UT is not a thriving metropolis but a quaint town nestled in Emery County surrounded by many national park designations. At Americas Best Value Inn expect a friendly and helpful staff ready to welcome and assist guest. The property features clean, spacious rooms with private bathrooms and a host of desirable amenities including free Wi-Fi, 32 inch flat screen TV with cable and HBO/ESPN, air conditioning, in-room coffee/tea maker, microwave and mini-refrigerator. We are a pet friendly stop too with free parking. Enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast to start the day or relax during the day at the Indoor pool and spa.
It's time to get outdoors and explore activities around Green River, local area state parks and more impressively, National Park destinations. Green River offers a few notable attractions including the World's Largest Watermelon Slice, Crystal Geyser with its 40 feet high eruption of water twice a day, the Ratio – A Big Pile Big Blocks described as a high-concept art in the form of a 44 foot-high stack of concrete blocks, and the John Wesley Powell River History Museum.
There are a few choices to grab a hearty meal in town. Start with Tamarisk, a river side restaurant featuring America eats and salad bar. Either Tacos La Pasadita or La Veracruzana offer Mexican fare or Ray's Tavern for an easy going atmosphere with burgers and brews. For a quick stop food options, Blimpie, Subway, Arby's and Burger King are available. For the morning coffee fix, consider the Green House Coffee Co.
In a town of just under a 1000 people, there isn't much in the way of malls and shopping centers. However for a variety of needed supplies, there is an Ace Hardware and a NAPA Auto Parts store. For clothes and some home decor and misc. items, head to the Green River Thrift Store.
Hiking, sightseeing, camping and river related activities abound. Consider the Colorado River and Trail Expeditions to book an exciting adventure of rafting along the Green River with class II-III rapids or a more calm float trip. Green River State Park offer boat slips to launch boats and many people with kayaks or spots for fishing and also features a golf course to get a round of gold in. Slightly north of the town is a Swaseys Beach' a nice sandy beach spot along the Green River banks. Horseback riding is available and finally plan a day exploring the Arches and Canyonlands National Parks.
Don't expect much in the way of nightlife so plan for a quiet evening. Perhaps stargazing. For more entertainment options, look towards neighboring towns of Moab to the Southeast or Wellington and Price to the North but they are 30 plus miles away.