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Goblin Valley State Park

If you're looking for an RV Park near Goblin Valley State Park that has full hookups including 50 amp service, water, and sewer and that is specifically built for larger fully self contained RV's then consider staying at Offroad RV Resort. We are a short 30 minute drive to the entrance of Goblin Valley State Park.

Goblin Valley includes an area where soft sandstone has eroded into interesting shapes, somewhat resembling goblins. In some spots the rock formations are close together and produce a maze-like playground ideal for family explorations.

Hike through the Goblin Valley's unique rock formations. The park is home to many strange, spire-like rock structures that are unlike anything you'll see elsewhere.


Take a guided tour of the park. Many tour companies offer guided tours of Goblin Valley, which can be a great way to learn more about the geology, history, and plant and animal life of the area.


Go rock climbing. The park's unusual rock formations make it a popular spot for rock climbing and bouldering.


Take a scenic drive. The park has several scenic drives that offer stunning views of the surrounding landscape. 


The Goblin Valley / San Rafael Swell area allows for excellent hiking, offroad 4 wheeling, and SxS riding on some of the best trails (Behind the Reef trail) and scenery Utah has to offer.


The San Rafael Reef is a long, narrow escarpment located in Emery County, Utah, United States. It is part of the larger San Rafael Swell geologic formation, which is a dome-shaped feature that was created by uplifting and folding of the Earth's crust. The San Rafael Reef is characterized by steep cliffs, deep canyons, and rugged terrain, and is home to a variety of plant and animal life. It is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts, who enjoy activities such as hiking, rock climbing, and sightseeing in the area.

Hoodoos in Goblin Valley State Park
Goblin Valley Hoodoos

Some Goblin Valley pics courtesy of one of our campground guests.

Another good pic of the Hoodoos in Goblin Valley State Park.

Cool cabin Behind the Reef

There are some really cool cabins and homesteads to explore in the area.

Some sections of the trail can a get a little spicy. After the severe rains last year this section got a little more challenging.

Some sections on the trail are a tight squeeze.

Riding SxS with friends is always a great day in the desert.

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