Goblin Valley State Park, a State Park, is situated in the southern Utah of the United States. It contains thousands of mushroom-shaped pinnacles and hoodoos, and is formed by a Red Canyon. Each pinnacle is few meters high. Locals referred to it as goblin according to its shape and height. The sand layer is eroded by the shape more quickly. The “Goblin” is hiding in the nearby road. East of the land is flat and empty. It is near a long slender ridge with the eroded layer of red brown and gray rocks. The canyons only have few hundred feet with excellent formation of rocks.
It is enough to walk around the northernmost section within one hour. In the twilight, the rocks become to a spectacular wonder of attracting the eyes of tourists. Camping ground provides 25 sites, drinking water and hot showers, and other facilities are a small a picnic area and park visitor center. North of the State Park boundary, the entrance road across with Temple Mountain road and the edge of Wild Horse Road they are offering freely camping for visitors. The fee for one day of Goblin Valley State Park is 7 dollars. In addition, Hanksville is a hotel prepared for the travelers who not get used to the camping. It is close to Goblin Valley State Park, and has 50 miles of distances from Green River and 67 miles away from Torrey.
Several tracks passing through Goblin Valley State Park, travelers can walk from anywhere although these trails are difficult to notice. The western part of land of the park is belonging to the San Rafael Swell where is similar to southern Utah mostly. This land is picturesque and gets along with other things. Minimum trails are entrenched in it. 4WD vehicles are quite useful in this area.