If you’re looking for a fun vacation experience, consider staying in cabins near Capitol Reef National Park.
Not only will you be surrounded by the area’s natural beauty, but you’ll have access to all the amenities that come with a cabin from comfortable beds to fully-equipped kitchens and more.
Use this Capitol Reef National Park guide to find the best type of cabin for your getaway!
Whether you’re planning a family vacation or just want to get away for some fresh air and relaxation, there’s no better place than Capitol Reef cabins.
Capitol Reef National Park should be at the top of your list of places to visit in Utah if you enjoy outdoor activities like hiking, biking, scenic drives, photography, and more!
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A Photo Tour of Capitol Reef National Park
Take a visual tour through Capitol Reef National Park to see the stunning landscape and wildlife you’ll find in the park!
Things to Know Before Visiting Capitol Reef National Park
Capitol Reef is located in south-central Utah between Arches and Canyonlands National Parks and Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks.
The best time to visit Capitol Reef National Park is during the most temperate seasons in the spring (April through May) and fall (mid-September through October). The spring and fall daytime highs average 60º to 80º F and lows average 30º to 50º F.
The park and campgrounds are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The Visitor Center is open daily except for major holidays. The Gifford House Store and Museum is usually open from March 14 (Pi Day) to the end of October. Check the website for the most updated information.
A Capitol Reef entrance fee is charged only for the main scenic drive in the park. The self-pay entrance station is located just south of the campground. There is no entrance fee for anyone with the US National Parks pass.
We recommend the Capitol Reef GuideAlong App to hear fun behind-the scenes stories and local tips that play automatically as you drive, based on your GPS location.
Cabins Near Capitol Reef National Park
You can choose from a variety of cabins options near Capitol Reef from rustic cabins at RV Parks to vacation rental cabins with all the amenities of home!
One thing to note when looking at cabins at Campgrounds and RV Parks – check to see if bedding and linens provided!!
Here’s a list of the cabins you’ll find near Capitol Reef National Park in the surrounding towns near the park:
Located right outside the park entrance you’ll find the most charming rustic cabins for your family getaway! The cabins provide the perfect nature escape for your family. Enjoy breathtaking views of Capitol Reef National Park and the surrounding area from the comfort of your cabin.
Enjoy an unforgettable lodging experience in these A-frame cabins in Torrey, Utah. There are three cabins available: the Juniper, the Pinyon, and the Sage. Each comes with hotel amenities, WiFi, a fireplace, a full kitchen, and panoramic views of Capitol Reef!
Located in Torrey, the cabins here either feature two queen-size beds or one king-size bed. Each cabin has a kitchenette and a private bathroom. All cabins have AC, cable TV, free WiFi, and an outdoor barbecue. The cabins are open mid-March to mid-November and closed in the winter.
This resort is located in Teasdale, Utah surrounded by Pinion Pine forest and sandstone bluffs. There are two kinds of cabins: one-room cabins & two-bedroom cabins. Each cabin includes a kitchen area with full refrigerator, full bathroom, all bedding/linens, AC, free WiFi, TV, BBQ, and picnic table.
There are two types of rustic cabins at this RV Park located in Torrey. The Log Cabins include: two queen beds, a table, two chairs, microwave, small fridge, and a TV. The Economy Cabins include: queen bed, work space, and a TV. Restrooms and showers are located in a separate facility nearby.
Every cabin at this RV Park has a red rock view! There are three types of cabins available.
- Camping Cabins: 2 full-size beds, table, chairs, ceiling fan, and heater. You’ll need to provide your own linens or rent linens and use the restrooms and showers located in a separate facility nearby.
- Deluxe Cabins: 2 full-size beds, private bathroom with shower, table, chairs, ceiling fan, AC, heater, TV, microwave, fridge, coffee maker, and linens.
- Super Deluxe Cabin: all the amenities of the Deluxe Cabin with the addition of a full kitchen, separate bedroom, and a sleeping loft
The cabins all have a patio with table and chairs, picnic table, and a fire pit. Other campground amenities include a pool, playground, and basketball court.
Located in Torrey, approximately five miles from Capitol Reef National Park this RV park is surrounded by majestic cliffs and expansive horizons. The rustic cabins include a queen bed with linens, free WiFi, front porch with chairs, picnic tables, fire pits. The Deluxe Cabin has an additional 2 sets of bunk beds (supply your own bedding or rent linens), microwave, and mini fridge.
Capitol Reef National Park Itineraries
Check out these done-for-you itineraries for Capitol Reef based on the time you have to spend exploring the park!
- Capitol Reef National Park in one day
- Two days in Capitol Reef National Park
- Three days in Capitol Reef National Park
Grab our travel bundle with printable 1, 2 and 3-day itineraries to easily plan your vacation! Simply click the graphic below to get the free itinerary pack! Click on the links below to see detailed itineraries based on the time you have to spend at the park.