From Vernal, Utah, take U.S. 191 north for about 40 miles.
From Manila, Utah, take Highway 44 for 28 miles. Turn left on U.S. 191 and travel approximately 2 miles north.
From Rock Springs, Wyoming, take I-80 west toward Green River about 6 miles to the junction with U.S. 191/Flaming Gorge Road. Take U.S. 191 south for about 70 miles, passing through Dutch John.
BOATING, CAMPING, FISHING, SWIMMING SITE
GRED,GREENDALE FAMILY CAMPGROUND,FLAMING GORGE,ASHLEY NF – FS,Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area
Greendale Campground is located in the beautiful Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area on the Ashley National Forest at an elevation of 6,900 feet. Flaming Gorge Reservoir is nearby, offering exciting recreational activities like boating, fishing and swimming.
Bear Canyon Trail is an easy 3-mile round-trip trail beginning a mile away, offering hiking and biking opportunities and leading to views of Red Canyon and Flaming Gorge Reservoir.
Beautiful Flaming Gorge Reservoir is less than 5 miles from the campground. The reservoir is known for its world-class fishing for lake, brown and rainbow trout.
Boating, water skiing, jet skiing, canoeing, kayaking, swimming and scuba diving are also popular activities. Cedar Springs Marina is 3.5 miles from the campground.
The campground offers eight single sites on the west side of the road; on the east side are two group sites for up to 40 people each. Sites are equipped with picnic tables and campfire rings with grills.
Vault toilets and drinking water are provided. Roads and spurs on the west side are paved. Roads and parking areas on the east side are dirt.
A forest of ponderosa pines towers over Greendale, offering partial shade. Beneath the trees, grasses and plentiful summer wildflowers cover the campground. Temperatures vary from warm days to cool nights.
Flaming Gorge Dam offers guided tours of the working hydroelectric plant and the dam, and the adjacent visitor center contains area history exhibits.
The Green River below the dam provides spectacular rafting opportunities. A trip down the river offers unique geology, outlaw history and Native American rock art.