June 3, 2022 - reviewed by 2dogsrv
Loved This Park
Limited amenities, but we loved the location and feeling of this park. Very quiet. Daily visits by deer. Lovely sunset. What more could you ask for?
March 18, 2021 - reviewed by samantha Chen
Awesome Little Spot
Was an awesome spot. Lots of young kids running around when we were there during spring break. No electricity, no water at site. Cold water in flushable bathrooms. Had a dump station and potable water.
Would stay again.
October 20, 2018 - reviewed by House On The Road
Capitol Reef is truely a fantasy land. The campground is a lush green springing out of the red rock. We stayed in loop B spots 35 & 40, then to loop c. Each spot was excellent. The camp hosts were extremely helpful. Bathrooms were clean. Plenty of water. The dump station was well maintained. Be sure to stop at the Gifford House for coffee, pie or bread. What a treat. We took the hikes and drove the scenic roads. You could easily spend over a week here. Reserve your spot early on recreation.gov. our cost was $10 a night with the NP Golden Pass.
August 23, 2017 - reviewed by Cheryl & Howard
Love! Pretty, Spacious, Quiet
This is a favorite campground. The sites are huge, nice spacing between, lots of trees and grassy. There are orchards full of fruit which one is allowed to pick and eat. There is even free firewood! The views are beautiful and the weather in August is 85 high and 60 low. Perfect.
July 9, 2017 - reviewed by Teri
A Piece of Serenity
We were prepared to boondock on BLM land due to all the reviews saying to get there early. It was July 4th when we arrived around 9:30 am. There were several sites available and we chose the handicap spot in loop C. I thought how nice it was that there were a lot of people there and yet still open sites. But all the people left around 11:30 and it was just us and the deer. Not only were in walking distance of the museum and store we were right next to the apricot orchard. Just in time to pick a few tasty pieces. Great easy hiking, beautiful drives and lovely sunsets. I went to a few ranger talks in the amphitheater and one at the visitor center. There are no amenaties so come prepared. It was warm so we sat outside after dinner and watched the local deer come to eat in the field and from the fruit trees. It was so relaxing and beautiful. I am so glad we got a spot in the campground.
May 27, 2017 - reviewed by 2oldies
Get here early, or else boondocks west of park. Big sites, beautiful
September 7, 2016 - reviewed by Traveler
First come first serve campground. 3 loops. Fills early during season.
Nice bathrooms, but No showers. (need to drive 12 miles to town)
Nice hiking trails and small museum adjacent to campground.
Very nice camp hosts.
$20 per night.
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