Travel to Capitol Reef National Park in February

If you want to visit Capitol Reef National Park in February, here’s all the information you need: things to do, what to pack, where to stay, and more!

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Take Jaw-Dropping Photos... at Capitol Reef National Park with your PHONE or CAMERA!

Capitol Reef  Photography Guide

Visiting Capitol Reef National Park in February is a great time to go to escape the crowds. The weather can be unpredictable with rain or snow.

Visit Capitol Reef National Park in February 

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February Weather in Capitol Reef 

Temperatures at Capitol Reef in February: highs 45 and lows 23 degrees F.  February weather at Capitol Reef can be good for outdoor activities with appropriate clothing.

The Fruita area is a popular location at Capitol Reef! In February the Gifford House is closed and fruit picking is not available, but it is still a fun place to see and photograph.

Capitol Reef Fruita Area

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The Fruita to Capitol Gorge scenic drive is a must-see! You can also explore Cathedral Valley and Burr Trail if you’ve got the right vehicle, and the weather allows it.

Scenic Drives in Capitol Reef 

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