Capitol Reef National Park – UT
Address: 52 W Headquarters Dr.
Torrey, UT 84775
The Park’s Visitor Center is located in an oasis enjoyed for millennia – pre-European rock art and early settlers’ orchards grace the area. Scenic driving, hiking, backpacking, mountain biking and horseback riding allowed in the park.
Capitol Reef was named for the sheer cliff “reef” that runs along the 100-mile long area. The site is actually a geologic monocline, a wrinkle in the earth’s crust, and is known as the Waterpocket Fold. Domes, bridges, cliffs, canyons, and pre-European rock art dot this iconic red rock country. Recreation is abundant and diverse enough for all visitors to enjoy the spectacular natural wonders
- Fremont rockart from as early as 500 CE
- Mormon Pioneer homesteads and fruit orchards (Fruita, UT), settled in the 1800’s
- Fishing on the Fremont River
- The Fruita Schoolhouse – a restored historic schoolhouse
- Hiking and scenic overlooks, such as Hickman Bridge, Saddle Arch, and Cottonwood Wash (a slot canyon which takes hikers through the river)
Capitol Reef Country / Wayne County Travel Council Address: P.O. Box 7, Teasdale, UT 84773Phone: 800-858-7951Fax: 435-425-3931 capitolreef.org Capitol Reef Country – Wayne County Travel…
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