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Goblin Valley Campground

Goblin Valley Rd, Green River, Utah 84525 USA

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  • Pet Friendly
  • Wheelchair
  • Public
  • Outdoor
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“a vast landscape of sandstone goblins”

Goblin Valley State Park [requires a fee] (https://stateparks.utah.gov/parks/goblin-valley/park-fees/) to enter. If a campsite reservation is made, the entry fee is included in the site fee.

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Stephen Rees

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September 26, 2014
Rated 5.0

Such a cool area, and a really awesome place to hike around and explore. You can walk among the hoodoos, which are like nothing I've ever seen, and get some out-of-this-world photos. Like Anna said the park is pretty out of the way, but Highway 24 is an awesome drive and park is absolutely worth a visit.

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November 07, 2014
Rated 5.0

One of the most beautifully alien and under-rated parks in Utah. Bring plenty of supplies especially water- this park is desolate. Even the entrance is about 20 miles into private property. There were many families in the park once we pulled into the service area but I would not want a flat tire here even in peak season.
GO NOW. The park is currently under evaluation by the Park Service due to some high profile incidents of people trashing the place. I would not be surprised if they closed large areas off for preservation. Right now you can walk right up to the hoodoos and through the entire place.

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Anna Hider

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September 10, 2014
Rated 4.0

It can get hotter than hell here, so you absolutely will want to bring lots of water. And food, too. Honestly, it's a really unique park and even though it's sort of in the middle of nowhere, it's worth the drive. Hike the trails, explore amongst the rocks (but don't be like that jerk Boy Scout leader who knocked some of the hoodoos over and got busted). Oh, and check out the Three Sisters formation-- definitely one of the funkiest things Mother Nature has ever created.

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March 11, 2022
Rated 5.0

Went here with the kids and it was probably the highlight of the trip so far

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Codi Byington

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January 07, 2022
Rated 5.0

We unfortunately only got to spend one hour here. When we come back we will definitely plan for at least 3 hours. It is like a giant maze playground. I would also recommend going in the morning or evening so you can get some really breathtaking views and not get super hot in the process. There is a restroom and picnic area where you park and only a short flight of stairs down to the formations.

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September 16, 2020
Rated 5.0

Definitely worth a visit if you’ve got time in the Moab area. Really cool.

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October 25, 2017
Rated 5.0

I really loved this place, but the others I was with refused to leave the picnic area. We were there in Oct. and it was hot, I couldn't imagine what it would be like in summer. I though it was great b/c you could actually go into it and fart around without restriction. I would caution exuberant types that if you hike far enough to not be able to see the observation area/pavilion you might become disoriented so keep your wits about you. They're called "hoodoos"

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September 26, 2017

Incredible. Pick your campsite with the afternoon sun in mind. Dog Friendly with some nice trails in and out of the hoodoos. Also had a great time with the Disc Golf course. Take some of the back trails that wind through the mud hills. Pretty cool stuff.

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Bailey Irene.

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August 30, 2016

Oh my gosh this place was so much fun. It's not far from Arches. Go.

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July 16, 2016
Rated 5.0

A fun place run and walk around all the amazing rock formations. We almost felt like we were on a different planet. Worth the side trip off the main highway that looks like your going nowhere, but stay with it. I loved some of my photos I took of all the rocks I came home and painted pictures of them! If you like to camp there are some nice little sites not far from the rock nestled against bigger rocks!

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Goblin Valley Campground

Goblin Valley Rd
Green River, Utah
84525 USA


Open now until 10:00 pm
  • Sun - Sat: 6:00 am - 10:00 pm

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