The Fruita Campground in Capitol Reef National Park offers the amazing opportunity to camp among the historic orchards with views of the red rocks.
Fruita Campground - Capitol Reef National Park
The campground is surrounded by historic fruit orchards. Within the campground, there is a ton of large trees offering shade. The views from the Fruita Campground are epic with the red rocks glowing at sunset.
Each campsite has a paved parking pad that is quite large. Each site also has a picnic table, fire ring, and barbecue brassiere.
We saw deer in the orchards and grass fields surrounding the campground.
One of the highlights of staying in the Fruita Campground is being able to walk over to the Gifford Homestead Farm Store for fresh cinnamon rolls and fruit pies. This is one of our favorite things to do in Capitol Reef National Park.Number of Sites: 71
Location in the park: Near the Fremont River and historic fruit orchards
Campsite Cost: $20.00
Senior/Access Camping Fee: $10
Reservations: Campsites are reservable from March 1 - October 31. Visit www.recreation.gov to make a reservation. Reservations are accepted 6 months ahead of time. From November 1 - February 28, all campsites are first-come, first-served.
Campground Address: Camp Ground Rd, Torrey, UT 84775
38° 16' 56.9500" N
111° 14' 48.8000" W
Accessible Sites: Yes
Pets Allowed: Yes, Pets must be on a leash that is less than 6 feet long.
Are campground Reservations Available? Yes
Phone Number? (877) 444-6777
How Far Ahead can you make a reservation? 6 months
First Come, First Served? Yes, From November 1 - February 28, all campsites are first-come, first-served.
Dump Station: Yes, near the campground entrance
Bear Boxes: No
Flush Toilets: Yes
Payphone: Not within the campground
Is wifi available? No
Is cellular Phone Service Available? No
Is a camp host available on site? Yes, Campground Hosts are available in sites A1 and A2 from mid-March through the first week of November.
Is firewood available for purchase? Firewood may be purchased at the Gifford House during business hours or at local stores.
Amenities at each campsite:
Each site has a picnic table and fire ring (except sites 7, 48, and 50, which only have an above ground grill).
Firepit in the site? Yes
Picnic Table in the site? Yes
Bear Box in site/area? No
Potable Water? Yes
RV Camping at Fruita Campground
RV Length: Most sites in Loops A and B are less than 40 feet long.
Most sites in Loop C are between 40 and 52 feet long.
Mountain Daylight Time (Mar. - Nov.):
8 am–10 am and 6 pm–8 pm.
Mountain Standard Time (Nov. - Mar.):
8 am–10 am and 5 pm–7 pm.
Generators may not be run outside of approved generator hours to power medical devices or other equipment.
The maximum number of people in a campsite: 8 people per campsite
The number of cars per campsite:
Checkout time: 11 am
Quiet Hours: 10 pm to 6 am
Stay Limits: April 1–November 30: 14 days
December−March 31: 30 days
Fruita Campground Map
Photos of Fruita Campground
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