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LOOK BEFORE YOU BOOK.. KNOW BEFORE YOU GO..: Visit http://stateparks.utah.gov/conditions to check for FIRE RESTRICTIONS or other important park information. Refunds are not given for changing park conditions such as changing water levels or fire bans.
*** Site Availablity Information ***: You can make individual site reservations through September 11th 2013 and Group areas through April 30th 2014 For information on when sites become available for booking please go to http://www.stateparks.utah.gov/reservations and click on the reservations calendar link, or call customer service at 801-322-3770 (toll free 800-322-3770) between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday.* The call center is closed all State and Federal holidays.
Goblin Valley State Park, UT
Status: Open year round. Season Dates
Max reservation window: Wed Sep 11 2013
DescriptionWelcome to Goblin Valley State Park! This strange and colorful landscape is filled with bizarre sandstone rock formations called goblins. Visitors can wander off-trail to explore the geology and hike among the nooks and gnomes. This remote but very popular campground is a great base for exploring the goblins and the nearby San Rafael Swell. Spring and fall are the best times to visit, as summer temperatures can rise quickly in the high desert.
Goblin Valley State Park is a showcase of geologic history. 170 million years ago, a vast inland sea deposited layers of mud, sand, and silt. Millions of years later, these deposits were sculpted by erosion and weathering. Softer parts of the rock eroded more quickly than harder layers, leaving behind the bizarre goblin shapes seen today.
Inside the park, visitors can wander off-trail to explore the endless labyrinth of goblins, or they can hike on 5 miles of designated trails. Photography, wildlife viewing, and naturalist programs are a hit with visitors to this beautiful park. Outside Goblin Valley, visitors can delve into alluring slot canyons, discover hidden rock art, and ride miles of OHV trails in the rugged San Rafael Swell.
24 site campground, group site, and 2 yurts with centrally located restroom and shower facilities."
San Rafael Swell
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Alerts and Important Information
The Visitor Center closes at 5:00 pm during the winter
Getting There:Located 48 miles southwest of Green River, Utah, via State Road 24.
Mailing Address:Goblin Valley State Park
GREEN RIVER UT 84525-0637
Phone Number:Information: 435- 275-4584