- 125 S. 600 W.
Price, UT 84501
Proceed south on I-15 and take Spanish Fork Canyon east toward Price. At the I-70 intersection, take the west fork and follow the signs for Goblin Valley State Park. Less than a mile from the park entrance, turn left onto Wild Horse Road.The trailhead is located 5.5 miles down the road. For more detailed instructions, visit Google Maps.
Proceed north on I-15 until Sulphurdale where you’ll turn east onto I-70. Follow the signs for Goblin Valley State Park and turn left onto Wild Horse Road just before the park entrance. The trailhead is located 5.5 miles down the road. For more detailed instructions, visit Google Maps.
With some advanced planning, you can find yourself camping in comfort at the Goblin Valley State Park just a few miles from the canyon.
However, approximately 3 miles before reaching the trailhead, you will begin to see dirt roads branch off of Wild Horse Road into BLM land. For a free and secluded night of camping, find your way along one of these rough “roads” to find a flat tent area with a fire pit that suits your needs.
Be advised that 4WD or AWD is recommended to reach these areas.