Goblin Valley State Park is located in a remote part of Central Utah. There is nothing around for miles so be sure to get plenty of gas and supplies like food & water before heading into this park.
Currently, it costs $20 to enter and visit Goblin Valley State Park. The entrance pass is valid for 2 days so you can return the next day and explore more of the park if you run out of time.
Goblin Valley State Park is worth a visit because here you can explore Mars-like landscapes that consist of orange sandstone formations called hoodoos.
Goblin Valley has 25 standard campsites and 2 yurts that you can book for an overnight stay. The yurts are tucked away in between towering red rock formations while the campsites are clustered together.
Aside from trying to book a campground, your best option is to book a hotel in Green River town. During our visit, we stayed at Americas Best Value Inn Green River Hotel which offers clean, comfortable rooms along with a simple complimentary breakfast.