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Huntington and Green River state parks now have power

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The Green River State Park and Huntington State Park now have sites with electricity, full hook-ups for their visitors. Eugene Swalberg is the park manager for Green River State Park and Green River Golf Course as well as Goblin Valley. He said they are excited to have electricity in the park. This is a first for the park in Green River.

The adding of electricity will enhance the visitors experience at the state park and make their stay more enjoyable. Most major campgrounds do offer electricity for their visitors.

Another enhancement at the park is the addition of a new restroom and shower facility,

The Green River Golf Course is green and lush with a variety of birds along the river and the ponds for your viewing enjoyment as you golf this challenging course. For $150 you can buy a season pass for the remainder of the year.

At Goblin Valley State Park the pavilion has been redesigned so you can head off into the goblins from the pavilion.

The Huntington State Park is beginning their boating, fishing and picnicking season. The reservoir if full for now, but water levels are expected to drop significantly by the end of summer. Boaters are encouraged to use the facility while the water is high. Dan Richards is the manager for Millsite, Huntington and Scofield state parks.

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