Goblin Valley State Park
- Official Website
- General Area
- San Rafael Swell
Goblin Valley State Park is famous for its large collections of fancifully shaped rock formations. In the warm months, visitors can stay and camp in the 21-unit campground. Facilities at the 3,654-acre park include a campground, observation outlook, culinary water, modern restrooms, hot water showers and a sanitary dump station for trailers and motorhomes. This is a good base camp to stay in when visiting Little Wildhorse and Bell Canyons.
Observation outlook, picnic tables, 21-site campground with full services, restrooms and handicap access User fee area
off Highway 24 and I-70, part of the San Rafael Swell