This was by far our favorite family camping experience ever. We found a great space tucked into the cliffs the provide privacy, space for the kids to explore and play for hours on end, and enough space that we could spread out our camp. We did do Valley of the Goblins and Little Wild Horse Slot canyon, but there was enough right at camp to explore that we would have been fine if we just stayed there the whole time. Don't get me wrong, both of those places are amazing and worth visiting, I am just saying camping by the cliffs was also very fun. This will definitely be somewhere we go again. To get there first follow all the signs for Goblin Valley, before you get to the visitor center turn right following the sign to wild horse canyon. About a mile down that road a sign will let you know you have left the state park limits. On your left as you go down the road you will spots to turn off the road. Those will take you by the cliffs where there are tons of spots. We took the second turn off. We had a blast!