Capital Reef National Park Map
Capt Reef NP
Utah’s National Parks are unbelievably beautiful. Enjoying one National Park at a time would require months. Hiking, off-roading and camping are always popular during the summer months, yet most of the parks are open all year long.
Capital Reef is a fertile high desert canyon with plenty of great slot canyons and archways to explore. The main campground on the highway is located next to a historic fruit orchard.
Cathedral Valley is a cool off-road destination for secluded camping, way off the paved highway. Self sufficient campers only!
The Burr Trail is a historic graded road, with steep switchbacks and red rock scenery. This main backcountry route connects the National Park to remote BLM land, south of the park.
May is generally the best month for camping & hiking in southern Utah. Summer can bring triple digit heat and late season thunderstorms. Flash floods are common and life threatening in this mountainous high desert region. Winter snow is typical in this region.
Fish Lake National Forest is neighboring the National Park to the north side. Free camping is available on dirt roads, on the west side of Torrey.
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