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Capitol Reef National Park


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Capitol Reef National Park Capitol Reef National Park is known for its Waterpocket Fold. The Fold is a 100-mile stretch of buckled earth characterized by red cliffs, unique spires, and large domes. Despite its unique beauty, Capitol Reef is the least visited of Utah's five national parks.

 

Maps / Mileage Chart

 

Photos

 

Sights to See
Average Temperatures
 January
41°F 18°F
 February 48°F 24°F
 March 56°F 30°F
 April 66°F 38°F
 May 76°F 47°F
 June 87°F 55°F
 July 92°F 62°F
 August 89°F 61°F
 September 81°F 53°F
 October 68°F 42°F
 November 53°F 30°F
 December 42°F 21°F

 

Park ActivitiesCapitol Reef National Park

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arrow iconHiking / Backpacking

arrow iconHorseback Riding

arrow iconScenic Drives
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