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Cowboys searching for cattle first discovered secluded Goblin Valley. Then in the late 1920s, Arthur Chaffin, owner/operator of the Hite ferry, and two companions were searching for an alternative route between Green River and Caineville. They came...more
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Hwy 24, Apx 12 Miles West of Hwy 24, Green River, UT 84525
All reviews rock formations capitol reef covered picnic area little wild horse canyon the san rafael swell interesting formations fun place to visit wander around worth the detour slot canyon great for kids running water entrance fee off the highway ranger station milky way bring plenty of water
I love love love this park! My kids love this park. It’s in the middle of no where but it’s so scenic. I love that it’s pretty well contained- easy to run around in and explore without getting lost or going too far astray. I...More
I loved everything about this place! Its SO awesome!
What set Goblin Valley apart from all others Ive visited is that, You pay your fee then your on your own to wander and explore. I loved how open and unrestricted it was. Don't get me...More
we planned on visiting goblin valley on our grand circle trip in march 2018. whilst travelling from bryce canyon , through capitol reef toward green river then moab, we visited goblin valley late afternoon.
we found it to be an incredible place, totally different from...More
We made quite a detour to visit Goblin State Park on our way to the Moab area. It cost $15 to enter, and there is really only one parking area next to the main body of hoodoos. It was interesting to see, but similar to...More
Spent the weekend hiking in Goblin Valley, Little Wild Horse Canyon and surrounding area. Gorgeous views and plenty to do if you know where to go!
We stayed in the Yurt. It was lovely. Also has a campground and not far from Green River. Temple...More
It was so fun to visit Goblin Valley State Park! I love unique rock formations. The park is located in Emery County in the southeastern desert of Utah. There are thousands of hoodoo rocks known as “goblins” that look like mushrooms. You can explore about...More
Spending some nights camping in Goblin Valley State Park is like staying on another planet. We were there during winter and there was no other soul around but us on the campsite. You can either go there with your camper, take your tent or stay...More
The park is huge. You can spend an entire day exploring the cool formations. The kids loved enjoyed climbing over the mushrooms and goblin heads spread throughout. Some people were climbing up the larger walls which looked a bit sketchy. Felt like we were on...More