Capitol Reef National Park

Capitol Reef National Park is an American national park in south-central Utah. The park is approximately 60 miles long on its north-south axis and just 6 miles wide on average. Sharing Mother Earth’s restorative power with your family at a national park never goes out of fashion.

These pristine places of majestic beauty are experiencing a big surge in popularity. Thanks to its remote Utah location, Capitol Reef sees light crowds. Its Waterpocket Fold is a 100-mile geological wrinkle in the earth’s crust. Formed millions of years ago, erosion continues to create colourful cliffs, spectacular slot canyons and graceful arches. Hiking, canyoneering and night sky viewing are popular pastimes.

Capitol Reef sits on Capitol Reef’s doorstep. For a novel overnight, sleep in one of their traditional Conestoga wagons, based on an original 19th-century design.