Goblin Valley State Park, located in the San Rafael Desert, is special because of its unusual geologic feature: hundreds of eroded hoodoos formed from Entrada Sandstone. These sandstone hoodoos look alot like Halloween goblins; hence, the park’s name.
Photos from the Goblin Valley area
Visiting Goblin Valley State Park
Goblin Valley State Park is about 50 miles southwest of Green River off State Highway 24, southeast of the east limb of the San Rafael Swell.
Although it is not a large park, only about 3600 acres, it provides many opportunities for the avid hiker and photographer. Here is the official PDF brochure of the park, and it contains a map and other essential information.
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