Goblin Valley State Park is like no other area on earth.
The park is a valley of orange, weathered gnomes. Thousands
of intricately eroded goblin-like landforms create a strange
and wonderful landscape. Visitors to Goblin Valley may
hike among intricately eroded rock formations in haunting
coves in this photographers' paradise. Adjacent to the
park, off-highway vehicle enthusiasts will find hundreds
of miles of dirt roads to explore.
Goblin Valley State Park is in Emery County between Green
River and Hanksville off State Route 24. Facilities include
a 21-unit campground, modern rest rooms, hot showers for
campers, sanitary disposal station and visitor observation
Acres - 3014
Elevation - 5,200 ft.
Park Open - All Year
Reservations Accepted - 3/15-10/15
Stay Limit - 14 Days
Total Units - 21
RV Trailer Sites - 21
Maximum RV Length - 30 ft.
Tent Sites - 21
- Fees - call 800-322-3770
park also includes picnicking, group pavilion, drinking
water, modern rest rooms, vault toilets, showers and
of the activities include hiking with biking and off-highway
vehicle trails nearby.
For updated information regarding facilities for the physically
challenged, contact the park.
Reservations may be made by calling Utah State Parks and
Recreation, 322-3770 in the Salt Lake City calling area
or toll-free 1-800-322-3770, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Individual campsite reservations may be
made from three days to 16 weeks in advance of departure
date. A $6 nonrefundable reservation fee will be charged
for each site reserved. A $10 nonrefundable fee is charged
for group sites and building rentals. An additional reservation
fee will be charged for any changes to existing reservations.
Visa, MasterCard and personal checks are accepted. A $5
fee is charged for an extra vehicle and is collected at
Permits and Passes.
The Single Park Permit is $40 and allows the cardholder
and up to seven guests in the same private vehicle day-use
entrance into Goblin Valley State Park. The permit
is valid for the current calendar year. The Five-Day
Pass is $15 and allows day-use entrance to most Utah state
parks for five consecutive days.
Valley State Park
P.O. Box 637
Green River, Utah 84525-0637