Goblin Valley State Park
Camping reservations can be made online through Utah State Parks. Individual campsites are available for reservation on a four-month rolling basis. 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. Check for fire restrictions and other important park information before you go. Camping fees are $30 per night per site for a maximum of eight people. Campfires are allowed in specified areas. It is illegal to dump or drain water from campers or trailers onto the ground. A sanitary disposal station is provided for registered campers. Quiet hours are 10:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m.
There are two yurts available for year round overnight stays at Goblin Valley State Park. The yurts are accessible by car and are furnished with bunk beds. Each yurt can accommodate up to five guests. No blankets, pillows, cookware, plates, etc. are provided so guests must provide their own. Reservations can be made online at reserveamerica.com for camping and yurts.
Hotels and Places to Stay Nearby
The nearest towns with services are Hanksville, 33 miles to the south and Green River, 49 miles to the northeast. Both Green River and Hanksville have hotels, gas stations, restaurants, post offices and grocery stores. Many people also choose to head toward Capitol Reef National Park, which is next to the basecamp town of Torrey.