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If you’re looking to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life, Capitol Reef National Park is the perfect place to disconnect and unwind. Located in southern Utah, Capitol Reef Country is home to some of the most breathtaking scenery in the country.  Camping in Capitol Reef allows you to experience the sandstone cliffs, deep valleys, rich wildlife, and striking rock formations like never before. In this beginner’s guide to camping in Capitol Reef Country,
If you’re planning a day trip or family vacation in Utah this fall, look no further than Capitol Reef National Park. One of Utah’s best-kept secrets, this picturesque gem is teeming with colorful red rock canyons, jagged cliffs, deep valleys, and a rich array of wildlife. You’re bound to leave inspired after a trip to Utah’s most underrated park. Fall is one of the best times of year to visit Capitol Reef National Park for
If you’re planning a trip to Capitol Reef National Park, a stop at the Waterpocket Fold is an absolute must. This captivating geological feature extends for nearly 100 miles from Thousand Lake Mountain to Lake Powell. The Waterpocket Fold is home to a dramatic landscape filled with deep canyons, natural bridges, and stunning rock formations. This hidden gem in the heart of red rock country is home to some of the most amazing landscapes in
Located in the heart of Utah’s red rock country, Capitol Reef National Park is a hidden gem teeming with natural beauty and a wide array of vibrant wildlife. Tourists from around the country visit to experience the cliffs, canyons, and striking rock formations. The diverse landscape serves as a home for a variety of unique animal species, making it an ideal destination for wildlife sightings. If you’re planning a trip to Capitol Reef National Park,
A popular Utah vacation for travelers from many parts of the world is to visit the state’s Mighty Five national parks. Often these trips have a very limited time at each park due to the amount of travel required to see each park. Arches and Canyonlands National Parks are located near Colorado to the east and Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks are closer to Arizona and Nevada in the southwest section of the state.

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