Tag Archives: Capitol Reef National Park

Camp site in the Utah Desert

Experience Bryce Canyon Country with These 3 Great Adventures

Three Things to Experience in Bryce Canyon Country See the combination of towering red rocks and shimmering sky through camping, canyoneering, and stargazing when staying in Bryce Canyon Country. Take time to experience this area and never regret it. Camping Bryce Canyon Country offers a wide variety of camping opportunities. From RVing to backpacking, the

Top 10 National Parks for Camping

National parks provide the opportunity to explore nature at its best. From the diversity of beautiful wildlife to the endless possibilities in their miles of trails these parks have much to offer in new experiences, sights, and sounds. Camping in America’s national parks allows a visitor to more fully appreciate the beauty of America’s natural treasures. There

On the Trail…in Bryce Canyon National Park

It’s hard to go wrong in southern Utah if you’re in search of the spectacular. Drive east Utah Highway 12, for example, a 130 mile road that starts just north of Zion National Park and ends at the gate to Capitol Reef National Park. Along the way it crosses Grand Escalante Staircase National Monument and Bryce

On the Trail…in Capitol Reef National Park

Tucked away in central Utah, Capitol Reef National Park is one of the little known and little visited U.S. national parks that should be high on everybody’s list of places to go. The scenery is simply staggering, the crowds non-existent, and there are great camping facilities inside the park and just outside the gate on