Goblin Valley Camping offers the opportunity to camp near unique rock formations and gorgeous scenery.
Goblin Valley Camping
One of the cool features in the Goblin Valley State Park Campground is a disc golf course. The disc golf course takes you all over the campground and up into the red rock around the campground.
There is also an easy path to mountain bike trails and hiking trails directly from the campground.
Goblin Valley Campground was the first Utah State Park to have Yurts. The yurts are located just down from the campground and look amazing.
This would be an epic place to check out the southern Utah night sky! We are already talking about booking a return trip to stay in a yurt so we can get up before sunrise and watch the sunrise over the nooks and gnomes and goblins that are all over the park.
The landscape covered with sandstone features, unlike anything we have seen at any other park. Goblin Valley is a little over 3 and a half hours from Salt Lake City on Highway 24 and so worth a visit!
Number of Sites: 25 campsites and 2 yurts
The 25 campsites are broken into ten walk-in tent pads, fourteen RV spaces, and one group site able to accommodate up to 35 people.
Location in the park: Off of the main road. The campground is super easy to find and well signed.
Campsite Cost: $35.00, which includes the park’s entry fee for 2 days.
Reservations: Yes, Individual campsites are available for reservation on a four-month rolling basis. For example, on January 10 individual sites are available for reservation through May 10.
Campground Address: Located 48 miles southwest of Green River, Utah, via State Road 24.
Accessible Sites: Yes Site #22. I would say that this site looks like it would be best for RV camping. There is a tent pad but it is elevated and sand-filled. The sand is lower than the elevated concrete so it could be interesting to get in and out of.
Pets Allowed: Yes, Pets are allowed but must be on a 6 foot or less leash.
Are campground Reservations Available? Yes
Phone Number? Reservation Call Center at 800-322-3770 between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. (Mountain Time) Monday through Friday.
The call center is closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day.
How Far Ahead can you make a reservation? Individual campsites are available for reservation on a four-month rolling basis. For example, on January 10 individual sites are available for reservation through May 10.
First Come, First Served? Maybe...the campground is really popular so your best plan is to make a reservation.
Dump Station: Yes, free of charge
Bear Boxes: No
Flush Toilets: Yes
Firewood: Firewood is available for sale at the visitor center when you enter the park.
Is wifi available? No
Is cellular Phone Service Available? Maybe, possibly, it depends on your carrier. We were able to pick up random service in the park with T-mobile but it was not consistent.
Is camp host available on site? We did not notice a camp host in the campground.
Amenities at each campsite: All sites contain a picnic table, a metal fire ring, and shade shelter.
Fire pit in the site? Yes
Picnic Table in the site? Yes
Bear Box in site/area? No
Potable Water? Yes
RV Camping at Goblin Valley Campground
RV Length: Most sites range from 15 feet to 40 feet. Make sure to check on the reservation page what each campsite length is before booking.
Generators: 8 am to 8 pm
Goblin Valley Group Campground
Reservations: Group sites are available for reservation on an 11-month rolling basis. You can book a maximum of 13 days beyond the last date of the reservation window
How to get to Campground
Located 48 miles southwest of Green River, Utah, via State Road 24.
The maximum number of people in a campsite: 8
The number of cars per campsite: 1, an extra vehicle is $25 for the night
Quiet Hours: 10 pm to 7 am
Information : 435- 275-4584
Great Park sites near Goblin Valley
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