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Capitol Reef National Park
Capitol Reef National Park

Capitol Reef National Park

Open 24 Hours
52 Scenic Dr, Torrey, 84775

Practical Info

Capitol Reef National Park is in south central Utah, roughly 217 miles south of Salt Lake City. It's open year-round, and the visitor center is open from 8am-4:30pm. Entrance fees for the park are $3 per person (good for seven days), and $5 per car (good for seven days). Camping sites at the Fruita Campground are $10 per night.

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Recent reviews from experiences in Utah

star-5
Thrilling, Beautiful, and Safe
Chandler_C, May 2021
Canyonlands National Park Backcountry 4x4 Adventure from Moab
This tour was absolutely amazing and we were able to get a genuine glimpse into the beauty of Moab and Canyonlands. Our tour guide, DeVon, was very passionate about the culture and history of the area and the people that once inhabited it. Never once did we feel unsafe as we passed steep cliffs, although the roads got bumpy at times. Overall a great experience and we’ll definitely be checking out Adrift Adventure’s other tours.
star-5
Outstanding!
Alyda_D, Sep 2020
Canyonlands National Park Backcountry 4x4 Adventure from Moab
It was fantastic and Mark was an awesome tour guide & driver! It was interesting from beginning to end and the views were breathtaking! Thank you so much for a great tour!
star-5
Amazing experiencew
Karen S, Dec 2019
8-Day Utah's National Parks including Canyonlands, Bryce Canyon and Capitol Reef
I couldn't have asked more from this tour - simply amazing! Do it. Our guide was extremely knowledgeable and worked with us to ensure this experience was exactly what we needed.
star-5
Great, great, great time!
Deborah_H, Aug 2019
8-Day Utah's National Parks including Canyonlands, Bryce Canyon and Capitol Reef
Decided to take this tour and are we glad we did! Our guide, Chris, was excellent. He worked hard to accommodate the different activity levels of the group. We were educated and entertained all along the way. The rooms and meals were great and I had no problem finding vegetarian items. I am certain that we experienced hikes and parts of the parks that we would have missed without the tour.
star-4
good travel and travel guide
jae_yoon, May 2021
Canyonlands National Park Backcountry 4x4 Adventure from Moab
1.I was very happy to have a good travel guide whose name was Jim Schreck. he was humorous, and also enough kind to give us ride to our hotel(then we did not have a car) 2. and also i was very happy to sightsee the lower part of Canyonland park. If i had sightseen it from above, I could not have see it. so the back country tour was worth paying money for tour 3. but then we did not have a car, so that we had to walk to the tour office for more than 15min, which was different from other tour agency (that promised ride to our hotel

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