Capitol Reef Campground, Utah
Tent camping is available
Pets are allowed
Getting to this primitive campground can be quite challenging, but it's well worth it. Naturally services are few in a primitive campground such as this; if you love nature you will love a primitive campground like this one. Water hookups are offered here, and natural attractiveness surrounds this primitive campground. Many folks stay here in order to be in close proximity to Capitol Reef National Park.
Get your camping stuff packed and head out on the road; Capitol Reef Campground, Utah is a fine site for getting out.
Camping in Utah is such a fun activity. So
much enjoyable stuff right next door to Capitol Reef Campground, and when you have had the opportunity to enjoy this campground you will feel like a new person. Such a magnificent pick of attractions and all the outdoors recreation
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Outdoors recreation is abundant, some of the entertaining stuff you can do is hiking, and whitewater paddling, so you wonít get bored.
Good hiking is available along the Indian Trail, and a journey to Capitol Reef National Park is worthwhile. Hiking is a popular thing to do around Capitol Reef Campground; Blind Trail is a good local trail. A perfect spot to have a look at near Capitol Reef Campground is South Draw, and donít forget to explore Bone Flat while you're here at Capitol Reef Campground. EPH Hanks Tower is beautiful and can be seen from Capitol Reef Campground, and the Stair Trail offers hiking at its best. Summer brings
highs in the 90's to Capitol Reef Campground with night lows in the 60's. For the duration of the wintertime this place gets highs in the 40's, and after the sun is down during the winter temperatures at Capitol Reef Campground descend into the 10's.
Other campgrounds near Capitol Reef Campground, Utah:
Fruita Campground, Wayne County, 5 miles away
Lower Bown Campground, Garfield County, 8 miles away
Fremont River, Torrey, 9 miles away
Singletree Campground, Cedar City, 10 miles away
Rosebud ATV, Torrey, 11 miles away
Pine Creek Campground, Garfield County, 11 miles away
Pleasant Creek Campground, Garfield County, 11 miles away
Oak Creek Campground, Garfield County, 12 miles away
Capitol Reef National Park - Cedar Mesa, Boulder, 13 miles away
Cedar Mesa Campground, Garfield County, 13 miles away
Paddling Rivers Near Capitol Reef Campground, Utah:
Fremont River, Wayne County, 15 miles away
Class III-V+ - 16 miles long (Torrey to Waterfall)
Escalante River, Garfield / Wayne/ Kane County, 28 miles away
Class I-II - 70 miles long (Calf Creek to Coyote Gulch)
Public Lands near Capitol Reef Campground, Utah:
Capitol Reef National Park, Torrey - UT, 13 miles away
Natural Bridges National Monument, Lake Powell - UT, 45 miles away
Dixie National Forest, Utah, 35 miles away
Escalante State Park, Utah, 37 miles away
Goblin Valley State Park, Utah, 39 miles away
Trails near Capitol Reef Campground, Utah:
Indian Trail, Garfield County, 14 miles away
Blind Trail, Garfield County, 15 miles away
Stair Trail, Wayne County, 19 miles away
Current weather conditions at Capitol Reef Campground, Utah
Local climate location: CAPITOL REEF NATL PK 3 miles away
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