A Very Short Stop at Goosenecks State Park

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If you want to avoid the crowds of Dead Horse Point but still want to see the majesty of a river carving through the desert, visit Goosenecks State Park. This little park in southeastern Utah is a beautiful footnote in the red rock landscape. Its remote location makes it a good stop but not a destination.

It also works as an inexpensive way station in the form of a small campsite. There’s a trail around the ridge of the view but not much for hiking and exploring. While it’s a great viewpoint, don’t plan on spending more than a few hours here.

This little park in southeastern Utah is a beautiful footnote in the red rock landscape.

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