Dead Dead Horse Point State Park is only an hour away. ... See MoreSee Less
The mid-summer days of Dead Horse Point State Park are filled with vast blue skies and incredible views of the Colorado River meandering through the canyon. (at)
Come see our Summer Quilt Show, up until July 27th!
"This Is Green River" Exhibit Opening
Saturday, June 20 at 7:00pm ... See MoreSee Less
"This Is Green River" Exhibit Opening
June 20, 2015, 7:00pm - June 20, 2015, 10:00pm
"This Is Green River" is a collection of personal stories and memories connected to objects and photographs of the residents of Green River, Utah, USA. Please join us for the exhibit opening at 7pm. We will screen a short documentary film in the theater at 7:30pm. Light dessert refreshments will be served. The exhibit will be on display at the John Wesley Powell River History Museum from June 20 - Nov 1, 2015. vimeo.com/129109606
We love hoodoos. Do you doo? Goblin Valley State Park is full of formations that make you feel like you're in a scene from "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids." and make you talk like you're in a Dr. Seuss book given that the formations are called hoodoos. Thanks to Derrick Snider for sharing this shot. www.utah.com/stateparks/goblin_valley.htm
Disc golf at Goblin Valley State Park. Another reason go
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While our new biking trails have taken the spotlight this season, Goblin Valley is also now home to a nine-hole disc golf course! The course, which winds around the exterior of the campground, is very informal and can be played free of charge. Players can expect a variety of terrain that will take them to incredible overlooks of the San Rafael Desert, as well as into some short canyons near the park's amphitheater. Course maps can be picked up at the visitor center, and a limited number of discs are available for rent.
Grab your bike and get out here ... See MoreSee Less
Good Water Rim in Emery County Labeled as a “Must-Ride” by BLM etv10news.com/good-water-rim-in-price-labeled-as-a-must-ride-by-blm/
Come and have fun ... See MoreSee Less
In addition to our events at home, the staff of Goblin Valley will now be hosting monthly telescope viewing events in Green River State Park! Look for flyers periodically posted around town. Weather permitting, this month's schedule for getting up close and personal with the cosmos will be... Friday, May 15, 9:30-10:30pm. Goblin Valley State Park Observation Point. Saturday, May 16, 9:30-10:30pm. Green River State Park Campground (group parking area next to the river).
Sunset at the beach last night. Via Maria Sykes. #greenriverUT ... See MoreSee Less
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Our mountain biking trails are now open for riding! Just ask at the visitor center, and we'll be sure to point you in the right direction. Please keep in mind that the system is still a work in progress. Our official ribbon cutting ceremony, complete with proper trail signs, brochures, and a harder packed surface, will take place on June 9.
Come and get your bike on! ... See MoreSee Less
Hope everyone had a great weekend! The final stage of our mountain biking trail construction simply involves getting all the different routes marked with signage. In the meantime, here is a rough sketch of the system that our trail crew has made with Google Earth.
Come and enjoy some live music at Ray's Tavern ... See MoreSee Less
Our buddy Rod Asay is playing at Ray's Tavern tonight! Go check him out after Open Mic Night at the John Wesley Powell River History Museum.
We are excited to have these trails available in Goblin Valley State Park soon! Come get your ride on! ... See MoreSee Less
Initial trail blazing is complete! Enjoy these photos of the southernmost loop in the system, which contains some of the most rugged country the park has to offer. Our trail crew still needs grooming time to make sure all trails are rideable, but we're well on our way to an early-mid April opening date.
Dead Horse Point State Park has a spectacular view. Don't miss it, come stay in Green River and visit the state park. ... See MoreSee Less
"The landscape everywhere, away from the river, is of rock, cliffs of rock, tables of rock, plateaus of rock, terraces of rock, crags of rock, ten thousand strangely carved forms...cathedral shaped buttes, towering hundreds or thousands of feet, cliffs that cannot be scaled, and canyon walls that shrink the river into insignificance, with vast hollow domes and tall pinnacles and shafts set on the verge overhead; and all highly colored." John Wesley Powell