Goblin Valley State Park

Quick Facts

Goblin Valley State Park


(435) 564-3633

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Things To Do


Scores of intricately eroded creatures greet visitors to Goblin Valley. 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.

Map of Goblin Valley (UT)

Latitude, Longitude: 38.582526, -110.708885



  • Bicycling

    Mountain biking is available.

  • Camping

    Facilities include a 21-unit campground, modern rest rooms, hot showers for campers, sanitary disposal station and visitor observation shelter.

  • Hiking

    Several trails are in the area, these range from easy to moderate and can be done fairly quickly.

  • Picnicking

    Picnicking is offered.

  • RVing

    Campground is RV accessible with several RV sites.

  • Winter Sports

    during winter months (Nov - Feb), the Visitor Center may be closed for short periods of time while staff is away at lunch or on park business and occasionally may be closed all day if no staff is available.



19.5 miles north of Hanksville on Utah 24 to the Temple Mountain junction, then five miles west on signed, paved road, and seven miles south on newly paved road to park.

Phone Numbers


(435) 564-3633