United States Wyoming

Green River Access Site 3 Boat Launch

The Green River Access Site 3 Boat Launch is a concrete boat ramp located in the state of Wyoming. According to the latest information available, the boat ramp is approximately 20 feet wide and is suitable for small to medium-sized watercraft. The ramp provides access to the Green River, which is a popular spot for fishing, boating, and other water activities.

The Green River is a 730-mile long river that flows through Wyoming, Colorado, and Utah. It is a popular destination for anglers, who come to fish for trout, catfish, and other species. The river is also used for boating, kayaking, and other water sports.

The Green River Access Site 3 Boat Launch is open to the public and is operated by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. The site provides parking for vehicles and trailers, and there are restrooms and other amenities available for visitors.

In terms of the types of watercraft that are permitted on the Green River, the latest information available suggests that most types of boats are allowed, including motorized and non-motorized watercraft. However, visitors are advised to check with local authorities for any specific regulations or restrictions that may apply. Get driving directions.

Streamgauge Streamflow
Green River Below Fontenelle Reservoir
USGS 09211200
1,310 cfs
Cache Creek Near Jackson
USGS 13018300
8 cfs
Hams Fork Below Pole Creek
USGS 09223000
26 cfs
Big Sandy River Near Farson
USGS 09213500
50 cfs
Green River Near La Barge
USGS 09209400
736 cfs
New Fork River Near Big Piney
USGS 09205000
392 cfs
Fontenelle C Nr Herschler Ranch
USGS 09210500
43 cfs

Nearby Camping
Location Campsites Reservations Toilets Showers Elevation
Upper Green River Access Numerous 7,558 ft
Warren Bridge/Green River Dispersed Numerous 7,614 ft
New Fork Lake 25 7,852 ft
Whiskey Grove 9 7,743 ft
Warren Bridge 17 7,478 ft