Goosenecks State Park is a bare bones park. It has no hiking trails, no trees, no visitor center, no gift shop, no RV hookups, no water. What it does have are fantastic views of maybe the best entrenched river meander in the entire country. The San Juan River twists and turns for 6 miles through a series of gigantic S-turns while only traveling one and a half miles toward Lake Powell, as the crow flies. The park does have picnic areas, vault toilets, primitive camp sites, and an observation pavillion. The park is hardly ever crowded, and on clear nights you can see a gazillion stars. There is no access to the San Juan River 1,000 feet below the Park. The park is located in SE Utah about 25 miles west of the town of Bluff. It's accessed via UT 316 off of UT 261. I visited the park in 2007 and again in 2023.
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