Goosenecks State Park

As seniors, we dry camp (no w/s hookups, no TV, no electricity) for only $5 per night at Goosenecks State Park on the rim of the San Juan River meander known as a gooseneck.  The silence and darkness of this remote area at night is worth every penny.  We are surprised to find a group of campers that we met last year in Moab already set up here.  They are also using this park as a staging area for their next day’s journey into Moab.

This is the first place we have visited in a long time where drone flights are permitted (with a free special use permit obtained at the entrance to the park) and where the winds are calm enough to attempt flight.  So rather than fill this post with words, I’ll let this video do my talking:

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4 Replies to “Goosenecks State Park”

  1. Pretty park, but you better hope you have everything that you want or will need when you get there. Thanks for sharing. GOD BLESS


    1. Sunny Weathers says: Reply

      You are so right about having all you need before you go here!

  2. We stayed there last year and had the whole place to ourselves. It is certainly beautiful! Thanks for the memories!

    1. Sunny Weathers says: Reply

      Wow – all alone up there would be awesome! Still trying to get 5 minutes to plan trip from here – so much fun stuff, so little time 🙂

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