This amazing park in Utah provides incredible sights of 300-million-year-old canyon formations.
Hike alongside insane canyon formations at this park in southeastern Utah. Goosenecks State Park displays breathtaking rock structures that are a result from the San Juan River winding through the fiery orange canyon for millions of years. You will be an astonishing 1,000 feet above the canyon floor when you are at the most scenic spots. The twisting and twirling canyon valleys resemble the lengthy necks that geese have. Paying a visit to this park would be ideal in the late summer or early fall months.
Goosenecks State Park is fairly undeveloped, with a few primitive campsites and no set hiking trails mapped out. This is part of the charm of the park, though. Honaker Trail is the closest marked trail to Goosenecks, which grants visitors with the ability to reach the San Juan River. There are also several mountain bike trails in the area around Goosenecks. The winding San Juan River stretches for a 6-mile span in the region! Goosenecks State Park is very much a natural wonder right here in the United States.