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The State Parks & National Forests

of Castle Country

Castle Country is blessed with some of the most beautiful and historical protected areas in the region.  Browse through our list of local State Parks, our National Forest and our National Recreation Area for more information on what these wonderful resources offer.

Huntington State Park

  • State Park
  • 435-687-2491
Cinnamon-colored buttes provide a backdrop for this quiet desert oasis. Popular with locals, this warm-water reservoir is ideal for waterskiing, fishing, and crawdad catching. Huntington is a great weekend destination or a perfect picnic spot.

Scofield State Park

  • State Park
  • 435-448-9449
Camp, boat and fish at this summer and winter recreation destination situated high in the Manti-LaSal Mountains. During winter enjoy ice fishing, snowmobile and cross-country skiing in a spectacular mountain setting. Three separate areas of the park offer amenities for day and overnight use.

Green River State Park

  • 450 So. Green River Blvd., Green River
  • State Park
  • 435-564-8882
Map Rest under a canopy of cottonwood trees or accept the challenge of a nine-hole golf course on the banks of the Green River. The park is a starting point for boaters adverturing through Labyrinth and Stillwater canyons.

Manti LaSal National Forest

  • State Park
The deep sandstone canyons, mountaintops, meadows, lakes and streams of the Manti-LaSal National Forest have beckoned people for ages!

Goblin Valley State Park

  • State Park
  • 1-800-322-3770
Goblin Valley State Park is famous for its large collections of fancifully shaped rock formations. All of these unique and enchanting rock sculptures have been carved by centuries of abrasion by wind and water.

Price Canyon Recreation Area

  • State Park
  • 435-636-3600
Map Administered by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), offers visitors a chance to enjoy cooler temperatures and the shade of large ponderosa pine trees during the summer