Capitol Reef National Park in September
If you want to visit Capitol Reef National Park in September
here’s all the information you need: things to do, what to pack, where to stay, and more!
Capitol Reef Weather in September
The weather at Capitol Reef National Park in September is pretty ideal with highs around 80 and lows around 55 degrees Fahrenheit.
Stopping at the Gifford Homestead you’ll find unique handmade items in the shop. In September you’ll enjoy locally baked fruit pies and homemade ice cream!
Photography in Capitol Reef in September
– Sunrise photography: Panorama Point and Sunset Point.
– Sunset photography: Panorama Point, Sunset Point, Scenic Drive and Fruita
Capitol Reef Hikes in September
Remember the elevation at Capitol Reef is 5500 feet so if you’re coming from a lower elevation, or from sea level, trails that are considered “easy” might be more difficult for you.
Capitol Reef Camping in September
Be sure to make reservations for camping at the Fruita Campground because spots fill quickly at this time of year.
The various Capitol Reef scenic drives are full of stunning landscapes like colorful cliffs, canyons, domes and bridges!
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