Goblin Valley

Goblin Valley is a state park located in Utah.

Goblin Queen

A Goblin formed from a soft limestone, water and time offer a unique hiking experience.

Formed by water, time and a soft sandstone, erosion sculpted the limestone into unique rock formations which some have stated appears to be goblins.  Goblin Valley itself is a day use hiking area which allows one to get lost in the maze of spires and rock formations.

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Mahogany Flat

Mahogany Flat Campground lies at 8,200 feet in the Panamint Mountain Range. It provides access to hiking and backpacking, as well as mountaineering opportunities.

The campground is located next to Thorndike Campground along Emigrant Canyon Road. The trail leading to Telescope Peak and down Tuber Canyon begins at this campground.

The site is open from March to November and makes a good place to escape the summer heat of the valley below it. There are ten individual camping sites, each with a table and fireplace. Pit toilets are maintained on site.

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Texas Springs

Texas Springs Campground is another large, flat parking lot campground primary for RV camping. It is with a mile of the Furnace Creek Ranch Resort and the Furnace Creek hotel.

Although close to a lot of amenities in Furnace Creek, such as a store, borax museum & gas station the camping experience is like camping in a parking lot.

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