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* '''[[Capitol Reef National Park]]'''.  The park is located about 45 miles west of the town and preserves the Waterpocket Fold, a 100-mile long wrinkle in the earth's crust.
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* '''[[Capitol Reef National Park]]'''.  The park is located about 45 miles west of the town via Utah SR-24. It preserves the Waterpocket Fold, a 100-mile long wrinkle in the earth's crust.
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* '''[[Goblin Valley State Park]]'''. Take Utah SR-24 north of Hanksville for 19 miles, left onto Temple Mountain Road for 5 miles then left onto Goblin Valley Road.
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* '''[[Natural Bridges National Monument]]'''. 97 miles south of Hanksville via Utah SR-95.
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* Maze District and Horseshoe Canyon (detached area) of '''[[Canyonlands National Park]]'''. This is the least accessible area of the park. Take SR-24 northn and turn right just before Goblin Valley turn-off to Hans Flat Ranger Station. 4-wheel drive, high-clearance vehicles only.  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 07:44, 19 July 2012

Hanksville [1] is a tiny town located in the Canyon Country of Utah.

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The town was settled in 1882 by a small group of Mormon pioneers led by Ebenezer Hanks. With a population of about 200 people the tiny town's economy is driven by agriculture and mining, as well as from tourism due to the town's location between several national parks.

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The town is located at the junction of State Routes 24 and 95, and is approximately fifty miles south of Interstate 70.

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  • Capitol Reef National Park. The park is located about 45 miles west of the town via Utah SR-24. It preserves the Waterpocket Fold, a 100-mile long wrinkle in the earth's crust.
  • Goblin Valley State Park. Take Utah SR-24 north of Hanksville for 19 miles, left onto Temple Mountain Road for 5 miles then left onto Goblin Valley Road.
  • Natural Bridges National Monument. 97 miles south of Hanksville via Utah SR-95.
  • Maze District and Horseshoe Canyon (detached area) of Canyonlands National Park. This is the least accessible area of the park. Take SR-24 northn and turn right just before Goblin Valley turn-off to Hans Flat Ranger Station. 4-wheel drive, high-clearance vehicles only.



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