Places To Go

Where to Go and What to See

  • Tree with green leaves, light greenish red pears in front of a log building with rocky slopes behind

    Explore Fruita

    Whether you have half a day or more, spend your time exploring the Fruita area by car or on foot.

  • Blue sky, large white slopes, with red triangular shaped rocks below, green grass in the foreground

    Waterpocket District

    Experience the less-visited, southern part of Capitol Reef, where the dramatic angle of the Waterpocket Fold is on display.

  • Large red, triangular monolith, reflected in a puddle, with blue sky above, and red rock to the side

    Cathedral Valley District

    The remote and rugged northern part of Capitol Reef offers adventurous visitors solitude and spectacular views.

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    Maps & Brochures

    Plan your visit with maps and information about Capitol Reef.

  • Visitors in the bookstore operated by the Capitol Reef Natural History Association

    Bookstore

    The Capitol Reef Natural History Association operates the bookstore in the Capitol Reef Visitor Center.

  • Dark brown wooden bridge over stream with green grass and trees around it.

    Things To Do

    There are many ways to explore Capitol Reef!

Last updated: May 7, 2020

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Contact Info

Mailing Address:

HC 70, Box 15
Torrey , UT 84775

Phone:

435-425-3791
Recorded park information available 24 hours a day. Phones are answered when staff is available. If no one answers, please leave a message, your call will be returned. Questions may also be sent to care_information@nps.gov.

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