Can you camp anywhere in Capitol Reef?

Dispersed Camping East of Capitol Reef On the east side of Capitol Reef dispersed camping is available on BLM land immediately adjacent to the park. You’ll find good free campsites located along State Highway 24 as well as south along Notom-Bullfrog Road.

Do you need a reservation for Capitol Reef National Park?

Location: Capitol Reef National Park is located in south-central Utah. The park can be reached from I-70 via S.R. 24. Canyoneering and climbing also require a permit; the permits are free of charge and require self-registration located at the park’s visitor center or on the park’s website.

Where can I camp for free in Zion National Park?

Boondocking Near Zion National Park (Free Camping For Everyone)

  • Boondocking Near Zion National Park.
  • Utah BLM land camping.
  • Zion RV camping.
  • Lava Point Campground.
  • Zion East Entrance Boondocking.
  • Free Camping Near Zion National Park South Entrance.
  • Smithsonian Butte Camping.
  • Kolob Terrace Road Camping.

How much does it cost to enter Capitol Reef?

Capitol Reef National Park Entrance Fee Entrance into the park costs $20 per vehicle or $10 per individual on foot or bike and passes are valid for 7 days.

Where to camp in Capitol Reef in the summer?

Fruita Campground in summer. The 71-site Fruita campground is the only developed campground in the park, located south of the visitor center in the Fruita Historic District. The free Cathedral and Cedar Mesa Primitive Campgrounds are located in more remote parts of the park. They have pit toilets, fire rings, and picnic tables, but no water.

How tall is Cedar Mesa Campground at Capitol Reef?

(Distances to campgrounds are calculated from the Capitol Reef visitor center) Capitol Reef National Park (roads leading to these remote, primitive campgrounds may be impassable after wet weather): Cedar Mesa Campground Elevation 5,600 feet; 5 sites; pit toilets; no water; 30 mi./48 km.

Where is Capitol Reef National Park in Utah?

Capitol Reef National Park. Located in south-central Utah in the heart of red rock country, Capitol Reef National Park is a hidden treasure filled with cliffs, canyons, domes and bridges in the Waterpocket Fold, a geologic monocline (a wrinkle on the earth) extending almost 100 miles.

When is the Fruita campground in Capitol Reef open?

The Fruita Campground is open year-round, and is the only developed campground in Capitol Reef National Park. Campsites are reservable from March 1 – October 31. Visit to make a reservation.