Capitol Reef National Park is open year-round, but some services are available seasonally.
Plan your visit with maps and information about Capitol Reef.
Learn about park fees.
Driving directions to Capitol Reef National Park.
Capitol Reef experiences all four seasons. Check the weather forecast before you visit.
What to know before you arrive in Capitol Reef National Park.
Join a ranger to find out more about the wonders of Capitol Reef National Park.
With one developed campground, two primitive campgrounds, and vast backcountry options, there are many places to stay the night in the park.
Your safety is your responsibility. Ask about the latest weather conditions at the visitor center.
There are many ways to explore Capitol Reef!
Find out what permits you need for special activities, like canyoneering, rock climbing, commercial tours, and others.
Capitol Reef offers activities for people of all ages. Check out these ideas!
Whether you have half a day or more, spend your time exploring the Fruita area by car or on foot.
Experience the less-visited, southern part of Capitol Reef, where the dramatic angle of the Waterpocket Fold is on display.
The remote and rugged northern part of Capitol Reef offers adventurous visitors solitude and spectacular views.
Capitol Reef National Park does not have a lodge or restaurant. The Wayne County Travel Council has information for services available in Wayne County, Utah. Looking for laundry and shower information? Learn about additional local services.
Last updated: February 21, 2020
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