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A fun place to see interesting rocks

This geyser isn't very consistent and we have never seen it go off. However, it is fun to see it... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Lucinda W
Funky but Fun!

Whether this cold water geyser erupts or not, it's worth the short drive just to view the rock and... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
morrikb
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Colorado Springs, Colorado
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Green River, Green River, UT
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Reviewed 3 days ago

This geyser isn't very consistent and we have never seen it go off. However, it is fun to see it and the surrounding landscape.

Thank Lucinda W
Reviewed 1 week ago

Whether this cold water geyser erupts or not, it's worth the short drive just to view the rock and colorful mineralization spreading out from the geyser, toward the Green River. While we were there, it gurgled and spouted about a foot above the top of...More

Thank morrikb
Reviewed 28 July 2017

I'm about 11 years late writhing this. I was taking a gap year out and was travelling round usa. And for some reason I decided to stop off at green river for about 2/3 days before heading to Las Vegas. After getting off the train,...More

1  Thank jawallace7
Reviewed 18 July 2017

Disappointing says it all. The feature bubbled and gargled, but otherwise didn't perform. Don't be expecting Old Faithful.

Thank readzalot
Reviewed 22 May 2017

an interesting place to visit. although it did not erupt while I was there, the surrounding terraces were fascinating to see. Also in the same area was an abandoned missile base from the 1970s, New Area 51.

Thank Graham C
Reviewed 22 May 2017

This man made geyser is a fun little visit, but most likely you will not see it "go off", and by going off I mean spit and gurgle. This geyser used to spew as high as 100ft I have heard the locals say. but time...More

1  Thank SlowDownSeeMore
Reviewed 18 May 2017

Follow the Frontage road on the south side of I-70 east of Green River. Make a right turn when the road narrows. There is a wooden sign that says Crystal Geyser. Maybe a 15 minute drive. Geyser was continuously bubbling out a rusty pipe about...More

Thank vbdennis
Reviewed 12 May 2017

Since the geyser cold water eruptions are infrequent and totally random, you will not likely to see one on a short stop. But, the mineral formations you will see are well worth the visit. Great photo opps!

1  Thank elkabelka
Reviewed 15 February 2017 via mobile

Drive carefully. Nice view getting to it but once your their the Geyser it self isn't that interesting but the view in the area it's in is.

Thank Iam M
Reviewed 9 February 2017

We read about the Crystal Geyser when checking into a hotel in Green River, Utah, and looked it up on the internet for details and directions. The next day dawned sunny and calm, so we took the drive to see this out-of-the-way attraction. The partially...More

2  Thank Luv2SkiAllOver
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