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Green River Wyoming is located in the south west corner of the state. If you have driven I-80 across the state and passed through twin tunnels, you have passed by a wonderful town! Nestled in between gorgeous rock formations with the Green River running through the heart of the town, it is an oasis in the "High Desert Country."

The River has been the drawing point for early settlers and has served as a transportation hub for the Overland Trail, Cherokee Trail, Lincoln Highway, Union Pacific Transcontinental Railroad, and now Interstate 80. John Wesley Powell was attracted to the towns proximity to the railroad and river and began his two river expeditions from "Expedition Island". The second trip he discovered the Grand Canyon. Thomas Moran, early western artist, painted several renderings of the cliffs just west of town. Tollgate and the Palisades are sometimes misnamed as the "Cliffs along the Colorado."

Browse the website and discover all the great things to see in do in our wonderful community or drop us an e-mail or call, we will be happy to send you more information. 

Green River Chamber Mission Statement and Membership Application

The Green River Chamber of Commerce is committed to enhancing the community through advocacy and partnerhsips between businesses and community leaders.

Your Chamber is:
-Creating a strong local economy
-Promoting the community
-Providing networking opportunities
-Representing the interests of business to government
-Strengthening member relations   

See link below for Green River Chamber of Commerce Membership Information and Application.


Download the waiver below and return to the Chamber in advance or on the morning of May 10th.
You can also view the map below to decide which area you would like to focus on during clean up day. 


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Green River Offers Much to Do

If you are yearning for adventure, Green River is the place to be. Take a backcountry drive to view free-roaming wild horses on the Pilot Butte Scenic Wild Horse Loop Tour. You and your family will never forget this experience. These cherished wild horses are living and breathing examples of a wide-open landscape and untamed spirit. 

Green River is home to breathtaking views of spectacular rock formations. Lake Gosiute receded and dried up thousands of years ago, leaving behind soil formed by the erosion of sandstone and shale. The formations are indeed spectacular and for many years millions have marveled at the formations created by eons of rain and wind.

Swim, fish or float the Green River. Part of the Green River is regarded as one of the finest tailwater fisheries in the world. It is a prime fly-fishing destination, offering abundant populations of huge rainbow, brown and cutthroat trout.

Enjoy the sunshine and have a picnic in one of the city's MANY parks. Also, if you are looking for a fun and wet cool down, than look no further than the Splash Park. It is open and free to the public.

Visit the Sweetwater County Historical Museum, Admission is FREE. The building iteslf is listed on the National Register of Historical Places and used to be the post office building in 1931.

Take a drive around the Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area. This area is referred to as an outdoor wonderland. There are year-round recreational opportunities on the 91 mile Flaming Gorge Reservoir. Winter is a magical time of year as well in Flaming Gorge Country, with cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and ice fishing. 

Get your bike ready and check out the mountain bike trails. In 2010, the trails in Green River were featured in the well known biking magazine Mountain Flyer. The one-track trail system offers a variety of terrain and levels of difficulty.