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Goblin Valley might be overshadowed by Utah’s nearby Mighty Five National Parks, but this state park warrants its own spot on your travel itinerary. Until you visit Goblin Valley, you just don’t know all the magic and splendor that Utah’s backcountry has to offer. The park protects Goblins - thousands of sandstone hoodoos - and you’ll experience the beauty of these on hikes, at overlooks, and with hours of storytelling on Shaka Guide’s Goblin Valley State Park Tour.
Here are just a few of the fun things you can do on the Goblin Valley State Park Tour!
• Visit Little Wild Horse Canyon
• Take in views at Goblin Overlook
• Discover ancient history at Temple Mountain Wash Pictograph Panel
• Hike at Wild Horse Window Trail
• Marvel at hoodoos at The Three Sisters
Pro tip! Combine this tour with our Capitol Reef National Park Tour
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Goblin Valley State Park covers approximately 3,654 acres of unique terrain in southeastern Utah. The park is famous for its otherworldly landscape of eroded sandstone formations, often referred to as "goblins" or "hoodoos." These whimsical rock f...
Goblin Valley State Park earned its name due to the eerie and fantastical appearance of its rock formations. The formations, resembling various creatures and goblins, seem to come alive when viewed from certain angles. The moniker perfectly captur...
To reach Goblin Valley State Park, travelers typically head to Hanksville, a town in southern Utah. Shaka Guide’s Goblin Valley State Park Tour begins about 15 minutes north of Hanksville making it a convenient option for visitors exploring the park.
Think of us as your personal tour guide in an app. Our tours provide everything a guided tour does, but with the freedom to explore on your terms. Here’s how it works:
Costs will depend on what you do along the tour route, but here are some fees:
The park is open 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. If you arrive before or after the visitor center opens, you can deposit your cash entrance fee at the iron ranger outside the visitor center.
Yes! Feel free to join the tour along the route. Just make sure that you follow the numbers in chronological order from where you are starting from. If you don’t begin at one of the tour starting points you’ll miss a few stories, but you’ll still have a great experience.
No, this tour is only available in one direction.
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