Utah - Capitol Reef National Park
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If you're looking for a place that offers stunning scenery, then look no further than the beautiful Capital Reef National Park. filled with canyons, cliffs, domes, and bridges this park is perfect for a campervan rental adventure!

Hiking is a great way to get outside and enjoy yourself, and renting a campervan gets you there. There are many trails in the Fruita area, such as those along Highway 24 or Scenic Drive that offer an array of options from easy strolls over the level ground all the way up to strenuous hikes involving steep climbs near cliff edges!

One of the most beautiful places in Colorado, Summit County is home to many lakes and reservoirs. These areas provide great camping spots for those who are looking for an adventure on their next vacation don’t hesitate to grab a campervan rental and come see what all the fuss is about. 

At the heart of Capitol Reef National Park stands a diverse canyon environment. Here, canyon hiking enthusiasts have access to some awesome routes that span multiple rock layers including Navajo Sandstone and Wingate Sandstone formations which create deep drops with tight vertical walls for an exciting adventure!

Capitol Reef National Park Fun Facts

The birth of a national park is an event that launches the Utah tourism industry into high gear. On December 18th, 2021 it will have been 50 years since Capitol Reef National Park came alive with new life and discovery on its doorstep - where people from all over are coming to enjoy this geologic wonderland for themselves!

The Fremont and Ancestral Puebloan people were beginning to incorporate farming into their hunter-gatherer lifestyles approximately 2,000 years ago. Petroglyph panels throughout Capitol Reef depict ancient art from this era as well as stories about these early settlers who lived in the era 300 - 1300 CE 

A mile or so outside of the visitor center is an old-fashioned Colorado town with a hint of nostalgia. The fruit trees lining up on either side reveal themselves to be historic remnants from Fruita's pioneer community, settled in the 1880s

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