Bureau of Land Management, Wyoming.
The Green River/Warren Bridge River Access Area provides an opportunity to enjoy the Green River and related recreation activities. The high elevation and rolling prairie environment provides many recreation opportunities amid stunning vistas of the Wind River Mountains.
A network of graveled roads connects to 12 separate riverside camp areas scattered along nine miles of the Green River. Most vehicles and medium-sized RV's can safely access these riverside camp areas. RVs and groups with numerous vehicles should carefully select the appropriate camp areas. Please avoid vehicle congestion at the smaller sites to ensure river access for day users and boaters. There are plenty of access sites to consider, simply spend a little time searching for the proper site.
Boat Ramps are provided at river access sites 1, 2, 4, and 12. Boat ramps are well suited for standard trucks and cars with trailers. Four-wheel drive may be needed at times. Parking space may be limited.
Activities Include: Fishing, float boating, camping, hunting, swimming, picnicking, hiking and wildlife viewing.
This recreation area is located 20 miles north of Pinedale, Wyoming off of US Highway 191. If traveling north, slow down as you cross the Green River. The entrance road will be on your right about 200 yards north of the bridge. If traveling south, from Bondurant Wyoming, slow down when you first see the bridge on the Green River. The entrance road will be on your left about 200 yards before you cross the Green River.